This year marks the momentous coincidence of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah, and so November 28, 2013 will go down in history as Thanksgivukkah. It happened once before, in 1888, and it will be another 70,000 years before it happens again.
The celebration, design, and food mashup ideas are endless; Hanukkah celebrates miracles and Thanksgiving celebrates gratitude, so they fit together nicely. There are lots of silly products and projects out there, like the Menurkey (turkey menorah) or Buzzfeed's suggestions to brine a turkey in Manischewitz and put buckles on yarmulkes, but we are eager to see and hear how families celebrating both holidays are going to bring their traditions together. The Apartment Therapy archives have lots of beautiful inspiration for both holidays, including these modern tables for Hanukkah and Thanksgiving.
So, what are your decorating and menu and ideas for Thanksgivukkah?
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