Got Burning Latke Questions? Now You Can Text the Nosher for Answers

We're answering every single Hanukkah food question this holiday — straight to your phone.

Before every major Jewish holiday, I get an influx of phone calls, direct messages, and texts from friends asking things like: What is your favorite brisket recipe? How many hours do you let your challah dough rise before baking? How do you re-heat latkes for a Hanukkah party? And I’m always happy to answer.

Maybe YOU have always dreamed and hoped that you could have a good Jewish food expert to text, too? Well, today is your lucky day, because The Nosher has launched the first-ever latke texting hotline.

That’s right — I will be answering all of your burning Hanukkah cooking, baking, frying, and entertaining questions this season. And I’ll be sharing some of my favorite tips, tricks, and recipes, too.

All you have to do is sign up here, and send me a text! Can’t wait to hear from you.

Keep on Noshing

How to Make Perfect Latkes for Hanukkah

Our video shows you exactly how to make them crispy and golden.

What is a Latke?

Pronounced either lot-key or lot-kuh, the origin of the word is Yiddish and means something along the lines of "little oily thing."

Plantain Latkes with Avocado Crema Recipe

A Latin twist on a classic Hanukkah dish.

Shabbat Chicken with Dried Fruit Recipe

This go-to chicken recipe, with a glossy and delicious sauce, is perfect for Rosh Hashanah or Shabbat.

Classic Potato Kugel

A grandmother's recipe offers an easy route to this classic Ashkenazi dish.

VIDEO: How to Make Stuffed Cabbage

Stuffed cabbage is one of the most quintessential Ashkenazi Jewish dishes.

Baklava with Honey and Cardamom Recipe

You won't miss refined sugar or butter with this sweet treat featuring cinnamon and cardamom-spiced nuts covered with honey syrup.

Chocolate Cranberry Challah Rolls with Citrus Sugar

Simple, sophisticated and just a little fancy.