So, there is some Thanksgivukkah controversy going on around town. What should this holiday miracle be referred to as? Is it Thanksgivukkah, the name that many of us have come to love? OR is it Gobble Tov? This is a big decision, for not only will we be celebrating this holiday in just a few short weeks, but our children’s children’s children’s children (you get the idea) in about 70,000 will also be celebrating this holiday! We cannot mess it up.
BUT WAIT – I have a solution- why can’t there be room for both? The holiday can be named Thanksgivukkah and when we finish the meal and light the Meneurkey (Turkey menorah) – we all should yell a festive GOBBLE TOV!!!!! Problem solved!
Now, on with the fun stuff- how do we celebrate this joyous holiday! Well, duh, we spin the turkey and see if it lands on the gimmel (not the gobble, the gimmel)!
We dress our men in traditional Thanksgivukkah appearal
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We feast on Thanksgivukkah mashup recipe:
Potato Kugel Cups
I don’t know what it is about these or what makes me think they would be perfect for Thanksgivukkah….. they just look super delicious to me and I have been wanting my sister, Julie, to make them ever since I discovered them on Pinterest a few years back!
We drink from traditional Thanksgivukkah drinkware
Gobble Tov Mug
We set our tables in a traditional Thanksgivukkah manner
We decorate with Geltucopia We light the Shabbat Candles And of course, we end the evening by playing a game of dreidel using the beloved Jack O’ Dreidel!
GOBBLE TOV to all and to all a good Laila Tov!
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