The latke: A bite of a delicious and debated Hanukkah tradition

The latke: A bite of a delicious and debated Hanukkah tradition

Potato pancakes at the center of much debate
Durango Congregation Har Shalom president Naomi Azulai, left, shows Lisa Deskins, who has never made latkes before, how to use a temperamental food processor. Using a (functional) food processor can save a significant amount of time on the shredding of potatoes and onions.
Jews eat fried food on Haunakkah to symbolize the miracle of the oil, says Har Shalom president Naomi Azulai.
Latkes are a traditional dish of Hanukkah. The recipe is fairly simple, but many disagree on the proper way to make them.

The latke: A bite of a delicious and debated Hanukkah tradition

Durango Congregation Har Shalom president Naomi Azulai, left, shows Lisa Deskins, who has never made latkes before, how to use a temperamental food processor. Using a (functional) food processor can save a significant amount of time on the shredding of potatoes and onions.
Jews eat fried food on Haunakkah to symbolize the miracle of the oil, says Har Shalom president Naomi Azulai.
Latkes are a traditional dish of Hanukkah. The recipe is fairly simple, but many disagree on the proper way to make them.
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