Celebrate Chaukah at Hungarian Kosher Foods
This Sunday, December 14
Enjoy Chanukah Music, Purchase our book, Food Family and Tradition: Hungarian Kosher Family Recipes and Remembrances – for all your gifts. This Sunday, December 14 ONLY and ONLY IN-STORE: 20% discount.
Buy all your paper goods, candles, oil, dreidels and chanukah gelt, latkes and applesauce for your chanukah celebrations plus enjoy Sufganiyot prepared by North Shore Bakery.
And speaking of Sufganiyot, Why is Sufganiyot better than Sufganiyah?
Because (in Hebrew) sufganiyot is plural, sufganiyah is singular, and who can eat just one round jelly donut at Hanukkah? These deep-fried donuts are eaten in Israel and around the world during this holiday season to observe the custom of eating fried foods in commemoration of the miracle of the Temple oil. Bakers and grocers sell the sufganiyot singly and by the box, and in Israel bakers hold competitions to vie for the “best” version, to be decided by local food critics. At their simplest, sufganiyot are a round, deep-fried donut injected with a red jelly filling and dusted with powdered sugar. But gourmet versions can be filled with dulce de leche, vanilla or chocolate cream (in which case they are dairy) and even highly potent araq. According to Wikipedia, Angel Bakeries, the largest bakery in Israel, fries more than 250,000 sufganiyot every day during the eight-day Hanukkah festival.
While we are not going to prepare 250,000 sufganiyot at Hungarian Kosher Foods this Sunday, December 14, we promise to have enough for everyone. Do stop by! From 11 am to 1 pm, North Shore Kosher Bakery demonstrate the art of making sufganiyot. And if you miss our sufganiyot on Sunday, then you can always order them for your Chanukah Celebrations!
And order all the latkes you need for your Chanukah parties – made fresh in our kitchen daily.
See you on Sunday; Wishing everyone a Chanukah Sameach!