Hanukkah or Chanukah is a Jewish holiday celebrated for eight days and nights. It usually falls in late November or December on the secular calendar.
Hanukkah gelt is a Jewish tradition where children receive gelt (the Yiddish word for money) during the festival of lights! This tradition has been modernized, and children typically receive gold coin chocolates as Hanukkah Gelt.
8 Things to Know about Hanukkah but never knew what to ask: dreidels, menorahs, and why Hanukkah is 8 nights.
Happy Channukah, everyone!
Passover – the Seder meal. For vegetarians: Most commonly, a ripe beet is used in place of a shankbone at vegetarian seders.
A dreidel is a four-sided spinning top with a Hebrew letter on each side, used during the holiday Hanukkah to play a popular children's game.