Louisville chef recipes for traditional Hanukkah dishes

Add Hanukkah to the list of things to figure out how to observe in a year like no other.

Even if you’re limiting your holiday meals to your immediate household, nobody says they can’t still be amazing. There is even a silver lining, says Top Chef’s Sara Bradley of freight house in Paducah. Doing things on a smaller scale, she says, gives you a chance to try a few things you might not normally if you’re focusing on the starring dishes in a big family feast.

So what does Hanukkah — the Jewish Festival of Lights that commemorates the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem by the Maccabees after it was destroyed by the Syrians — mean to her this year? The challenges of celebrating in such a time take her back to her childhood, she says, when she was one of only a few kids where she grew up that celebrated the Jewish holiday.

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