Thanksgiving and Hanukkah, two glorious holidays, will never fall together on the same day again in our lifetime, so the day deserves a blowout menu, full of insanely delicious hybrid recipes. From challah bread rolls to sweet potato latkes to pumpkin sufganiyot with cranberry jam filling — these dishes will please even the most ornery Jewish grandmother.
Every Thanksgiving dinner requires bread rolls, and every Hanukkah needs challah, so combine the best of both words with challah rolls .
Sweet Potato Latkes With Horseradish Cranberry Sauce
Rather than serving sweet potato casserole, insert the essential Thanksgiving ingredient into Hanukkah latkes with horseradish cranberry sauce .
Who says the table has to have turkey? A red-wine-braised brisket  is just as stunning as a table centerpiece.
Pomegranate-Balsamic Glazed Carrots
For a side dish that screams Fall, try pomegranate-balsamic glazed carrots .
Pecan-Cranberry Noodle Kugel
Cranberries and pecans, two common Thanksgiving ingredients, make their way into a brown-sugary noodle kugel .
Green Beans With Caramelized Onions
No need to make green bean casserole when there are green beans with caramelized onions .'
Spicy Roasted Brussels Sprouts
For a simple dish that delivers in flavor, roast spicy brussels sprouts .
Pumpkin Sufganiyot With Cranberry Jam
Now, this is the real winner of the feast. Don't fry these pumpkin sufganiyot  (aka doughnuts) until the very last minute. Stuff them with homemade cranberry jam  just before you serve the feast. We promise there won't be leftovers.