New Hanukkah Section! – The Shiksa Market

Hanukkah is less than a week away! I can’t believe how early it is this year. If you’re doing a lot of your holiday shopping online this year, like I am, be sure to check out my brand new Hanukkah section in The Shiksa Market. The section includes lots of fun ideas for holiday cooking and gifting. All food products in the Hanukkah section are kosher-certified and suitable for the holiday. If you have an Amazon Prime account, place your orders by Tuesday, December 4 for free 2-day shipping (Prime orders will arrive by Friday, just in time for the holiday). Click here to check it out!

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  1. Helen says:

    Hi from Seattle.

    I have a problem. My eldest son has learned that he is allergic to milk and eggs. And he’s trying to go glutten free, too. I know Passover is many months away, but wanted to give you plenty of time to come up with some ideas on what I can serve him at the family Seder.

    Hope you can help…I only know how to cook with matzah meal and eggs for Passover.

    Happy Hanukkah,
    Helen Grossman

    • surella says:

      I have a daughter who is gluten free and dairy free. Passover was actually so much easier because she was used to no bread already. i substituted ground almonds for flour in alot of recipes (actually better tasting than matzo meal). And these days almond milk for passover is available everywhere. The no eggs is a tough one, I’ll admit. But most recipes can be passover recipes. I even made matzo balls out of ground almonds!
      Good luck!

  2. SHARIAS MD GLUTEN FREE,UGAR ANS SO I AM REFINED S says:

    COULD YOU POST RECIPES FOR US GLUTEN FREE PEOPLE PLEASE! I LOVE MATZOH BALLS BUT CANT FIGURE OUT HOW TO MAKE THEN GLUTEN FREE. I HAVE MS SO I AM GLUTEN AND REFINED SUGAR FREE. I WOULD APPRECIATE IT FROM ANYONE.

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