Leading Cookbook Author, Jewish Cooking Expert Available to Discuss
“The Mother of All Cooking Holidays”
On November 28, 2013, for the first and only time in any of our lifetimes, the first day of Hanukkah falls on the same day as Thanksgiving. The next time this will occur will be in 70,000 years.
ReformJudaism.org Food Editor and renowned cookbook author Tina Wasserman is available to discuss this “mother of all cooking holidays.” Tina can offer a suggested Thansgivukkah menu, including interesting and whimsical facts about the origins of recipes, as featured in her upcoming book and e-book, Entrée to Judaism for Families: Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children, an intergenerational cookbook with tips on how to teach cooking and Jewish history to kids.Explore the content of the book and watch sample videos from the interactive e-book. The book and e-book are perfect for holiday gift-giving!
Wasserman is a polished and effective presenter. She is available for interviews, and for on-camera cooking demonstrations.
Additional information on the historic anomaly that isThanksgivukkah can be found atReformJudaism.org, including history, customs and rituals; social justice projects; crafts and activities; prayers and blessings; a virtual menorah, insightful blog posts, a Pinterest board and special Thanksgivukkah ecards.