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Celebrate Hanukkah

Potato latkes for a new generation

December 9, 2009

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The potato pancakes called latkes have needed a makeover for ages. Traditional at Hanukkah, which begins at sundown on Friday night, latkes are fried in oil and best eaten seconds after they emerge from the hot skillet. For years, grandmothers everywhere grated potatoes on box graters that could easily skin your knuckles. But even made with care, the pancakes were ... (Full article: 147 words)

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