Cooking on ‘Thanksgivukkah’: There’s an app for that!

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2013_11_sweet-potato-latkes-4 Recipes for sweet potato latkes and other “Thanksgivukkah” are showcased at Big Oven. (Photo: Big Oven)

It won’t happen again for 70,000 years: “Thanksgivukkah.”

This year, the second night of Hanukkah falls on Nov. 28 — Thanksgiving — and if your family celebrates both occasions, you might be planning a dinner that combines all sorts of traditions. Sweet potato latkes, anyone?

To simplify planning for this once-in-a-lifetime meal, Big Oven, the creator of the first-ever app for recipes, is offering fully customizable premade Thanksgivukkah menus cooks can add to a menu planner and grocery list, then take to the store.

From chard and caramelized shallot noodle kugel to cranberry rugelach, Big Oven has more than 50 food ideas for this exciting hybrid-holiday.

Click here to start your meal planning.

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