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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Backstory: 4 sided spinning top made of woood, plastic or clay with each side consisting of 4 letters from the Hebrew alphabetNun: stands for nul which equals zeroGimmel: stands for gantz which equals wholeHey: stands for halb which equals halfShin: stands for shenk whihc equals giveObject of the game: end up with the most ante (money, nuts, candy) out of the potHow to play: go around in a cirlce spinning the dreidel and adding or taking away ante from the pot based on what the dreidel lands onNun: Nothing happensGimmel: Everything in the pot is taken by the person who spun, then everyone puts 1 piece of ante into the pot Hey: Half of the pot is taken by the person who spunShin: 1 piece of ante is added to the pot by the person who spun Menorah Lighting 101 What does Hanukkah mean? Dedication or induction, due to the Maccabeesrededicating the Holy Temple upon their victoryafter it had been desecrated by pagans 5 large potatoes, peeled1 large onion3 eggs1/3 cup flour1 tsp. salt1/4 tsp. pepper3/4 cup oil for frying Cranberry Jelly Sufganiyot (Doughnuts) Dough:4 1/2 tsp. dry yeast1/4 cup warm water1 1/2 cups soy/almond milk3/4 cup sugar1 tsp. kosher salt2 eggs6 tbsp. margarine, melted6+ cups flourOil for fryingConfectioners' sugar for dustingCranberry Jam:6 oz. fresh or frozen cranberries1 1/2 cups sugar1 cup water Traditional Latkes Placing Candles:1st night: put 1 candle to the far right2nd night: put 1 candle to the left of the 1st candleContinue adding candles to the left each night moving right to leftLighting Candles:Light the newest candle first then continue lighting from left to right (newest to oldest) Happy Hanukkah! Oh Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel Celebrated for 8 days/nights between November 28th andDecember 26th based on thelunar cycle Traditional Recipes
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