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A Syrian Thanksgivukkah Table

 

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We have shared a ton of Thanksgivukkah recipes, table decor ideas and fun gifts and treats.  We couldn’t resist sharing just one more.  Our friend Marlene runs TheJewishHostess.com and is always showcasing amazing tables-capes.  I really wish I could hire to set my table.  This year she decided to share a Thanksgivukkah table and here is a little preview for you.

Marlene notes: As Jews in America,  we are very grateful to be able to celebrate our holidays publicly without fear of being persecuted. Just the fact that we can honor the mitzvah of lighting the menorah at the front window to shout out the 8 day miracle of Hanukka is reason enough to bring out our finest china and table decor to honor our peaceful place in Jewish history. For that reason alone, we should all proudly acknowledge and celebrate Thanksgiving.

Marlene decided to share a Syrian style  Hanukka table sweetened with a tray of sweet chopped nut filled Atayef and drizzled with shirah- a thick rose water syrup instead of the Ashkenaz sufganiyot.  Sounds great to me.

Check out this gorgeous Pumpkin menorah.

Don’t miss the side table filled with edible presents – did you guess it is a cake?

For the full table decor and where to get the supplies to make it yourself, visit The Jewish Hostess.

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3 Responses to A Syrian Thanksgivukkah Table

  1. avatar says: Ava

    how do I do those napkins?

  2. avatar says: Samantha

    Beautiful….I love the idea of a menorah in the middle made out of pumpkins!

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