Hosted by

Jonathan Gold, the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Times talks about Thanksgivukkah. For the first time since the 1880's, Thanksgiving and Hanukkah will collide on November 28. Many people are coming up with ways to meld the holidays' food and traditions. Jonathan's intrigued by the idea of combining recipes from the holidays, but mentions what he considers the three 'immutable' elements of Thanksgiving: turkey, cranberries and mashed potatoes. The day after Thanksgiving there will be a festival in Los Angeles featuring various food trucks that will serve dishes inspired by the traditions of both holidays. For a Thanksgivukkah-inspired recipe and more information on the holiday, there is a guide on the Good Food blog.