Sufganiyot are great - but where do we draw the line?Family physician Dr. Reuven Dressler explains how parents can have their children enjoy Hanukkah without gaining too much weight.
Hanukkah 'Dough for Doughnuts' Raises NIS 150K for CharityTwo of the greatest competitive eaters in the world cannot compare to doughnut devourer Elie Klein. But a friend says the bib's gone bust.
An Army Marches on Its -- SufganiyotHow many traditional Hanukkah fried jelly doughnuts – “sufganiyot” – does the IDF need to feed its soldiers? And can they be made healthy?
Chanukah Confection Lights Up Gush EtzionIn a nod to the English-speaking population of Gush Etzion, one shop knew it could bring Chanukah to the masses months before the date.
Crazy Chanukah Doughnuts: Melon Vodka, Halva and PistachioChanukah is 2,000 years-old but the traditional jelly doughnut has gone through radical changes. Try eating them with pistachio or melon vodka.