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From all of us at Proud Jews T-Shirts, have a VERY Happy Hanukkah!!!!  

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Hanukkah is coming up SOON. Three days away! Have you gotten all your gifts yet? No? Buy one of our Hanukkah shirts now so we can guarantee your stuff will arrive before Hanukkah ends! It usually takes three to five days for delivery, but you can expedite for a fee.  Happy Hanukkah Shopping!

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We're not sticklers for protocol -- we just sell Jewish-themed t-shirts -- but when it comes to Hanukkah, it's important to be on point. We know the prayers down pat, we can spin circles around you in a dreidel contest, and we already have the One Latke Recipe You Must Try. But the rules of the menorah, on the other hand. Oy! Years of family strife and bickering over this. A shonda!  Back in the day, this was no problem. Ancient Jews didn't have any rules. You want eight candles? Go for it. Nine? Sure, add a shamas, knock yourself out. Seven? Eh,...

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As we roll down that long road to Hanukkah, today's post is dedicated to dreidel trivia. Did you know: Dreidel is a variation of Teetotum, a popular gambling game when the Roman Empire ruled Israel. The rules were the same, only the letters changed. It's unknown whether the Jewish version originated during Roman times or much later, because the game was popular throughout Europe for a very long time. The world's largest dreidel was 18 feet tall and made out of recycled materials. It had to be hoisted upright by a small crane and it took three people to spin. In gematria, where each Hebrew letter...

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Last year we stumbled across an amazing latke recipe. Then we found an EVEN BETTER one! Try it now as a warm up for Hanukkah or wait until December. Doesn't matter to us, we just sell shirts. Enjoy! Ingredients 2 1/2 to 3 pounds potatoes 2 onions 3 large eggs  1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/4 to 3/4 cups all-purpose flour  1 cup canola oil  Applesauce or sour cream on the side Instructions Line a platter or plate with paper towels and set aside. Peel the potatoes. Place them in a bowl and add enough cold water to cover them, so they won’t turn...

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