Zohar's donuts reflect the uncommon collision of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah such as turkey and cranberry pumpkin-filled donuts and sweet potato donuts filled with toasted marshmallow. There are four varieties in all.
At Prime Grill, a Kosher restaurant, Chef David Kolotkin is having fun with the two holidays as well, creating a potato latke stuffed with turkey sausage. Apple and cranberry relish goes with it of course.
"I figured this would be a unique way to actually enjoy it," says Chef Kolotkin.
So dig into that extra-large latke to reveal the turkey.
Leave it to ten-year-old Asher Weintraub to capitalize on the convergence of the holidays with another creation ? a "menurkey".
"It's a menorah in the shape of a turkey," says Weintraub.
From his computer model, Weintraub was able to manufacture his menurkeys. They sell online and at the Jewish Museum, where two thousand have already sold.
These menorahs mark a history that won't repeat itself for a very long time. According to the Jewish calendar it happened in 1888, but won't happen again for 70,000 years.