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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Edible sukkah and other Sukkot craft projects

The Jewish holiday of Sukkot is upon us - it starts tomorrow night. It's a harvest festival where Jews build "huts" in their yards, and eat there (and sometimes sleep there) for a week. It's one of my favorite holidays - and the kids' too.

If you want to try some Sukkot crafts, one of my favorites is the edible sukkah. It uses graham crackers, pretzels, cereal and frosting - all yummy treats. Learn how to make an edible sukkah here.

Here are some other Sukkot crafts, from A Mother in Israel.

We just decorated ours this weekend. This is just the start. We now have the roof on and the rest of the decorations up too. Just no picture yet...

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