Celebrating A Kind Hanukkah
Hanukkah starts tomorrow! I love the story of Hanukkah. To me, it is about making the most of the resources you have. I like to think of this holiday as a reminder to turn off lights when you don’t need them and practice using less energy in your daily life at home and at work.
Hanukkah is also a great time to eat delicious, kind food. As a little girl, I remember making the best challah at Hebrew school. This recipe for vegan challah isn’t the same as the one I made as a kid, but it looks like the perfect treat to make for Hanukkah. Even if you don’t celebrate the holiday, try it and tell me how it turns out!
If you’re looking for Hanukkah recipe inspiration, you’ll find a ton here on The Kind Life. Last year, I posted eight days of Hanukkah recipes. I’ll be tweeting links to each of those recipes starting tomorrow, so be sure to follow me @AliciaSilv if you don’t already. You can also browse the recipe gallery for more holiday dishes. Happy cooking!
What are some other kind ways to honor Hanukkah?
Share your ideas in the comments below.
Photo source: Flickr.com / Slgckgc
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