latkes

When you're single, no kids, lighting the Hanukkah menorah at home alone can be a bummer, especially if you hoped that by
Baked, fried, puréed or mashed, everyone loves potatoes. From Maple-Mashed Sweet Potatoes to Potatoes Leek Soup, here are seven simple and delicious ways to make them.
Remove wire rack and cookie sheet from oven, serve latkes warm. Ingredients 5½ cups peeled and grated Yukon Gold potatoes
The varieties of latke in today's food scene are as numerous as the people who eat them with variations inspired by the Jewish Diaspora (traditional Sephardic influences) and more recently, the emergence of the Brooklyn food culture blending tradition with contemporary interpretations.
Just like birthdays, each passing year of single status, is a constant reminder of what you have still failed to accomplish. Sure, maybe you got a promotion. Or bought a new house. But if you still show up at the dinner table without a plus one, it always seems to feel much more monumental.
Latkes don't even have to be in the potato family; we have served endless zucchini latkes to prove it.
Yeah, fried potato; can't mess that up, right?