Hearty Brisket Feast

Your guests will be saying "thank you" when you serve this hearty brisket feast for your Hanukkah celebration.
For Hanukkah serve this hearty brisket feast to your loved ones.

This Eastern European-inspired menu highlights root vegetables that are at their peak of flavor in the fall. The simple goodness of parsnips and celery root serves as a foil for the savory beef brisket.

Menu

Chicken and Mushroom Pate Lavish chicken liver pate tastes expensive, yet costs pennies a serving.

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Parsnip and Chestnut Soup The sweet, nutty flavor of parsnips is a natural with chestnuts in this rich and velvety soup.

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Peppered Beef Brisket Marsala Besides Hanukkah, Jewish cooks make brisket the day before Sabbath, a day when traditionally no cooking is done.

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Celery Root Latkes Here's a variation on a food that has become closely associated with Hanukkah: the potato pancake, or latke.

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Glazed Brussels Sprouts and Oranges Brussels sprouts pair with the sweet flavor of oranges. A sure hit.

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Chocolate-Hazelnut Mini-Sufganyot During Hanukkah in some Israeli communities, vendors sell sufganyot by the basketful. Try this recipe for yourself.

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