Unlike Christmas, Hanukkah begins on a different date each year and lasts eight nights in December. People who don't celebrate the holiday often wonder if you're supposed to gift all eight nights or save for one big Hanukkah gift—and then there's the question of gifting Hanukkah-centric presents (like menorahs, dreidels, all things blue and white, etc.). But don't fret—just like Christmas, there are no rules for Hanukkah gifts.
We have some suggestions for you:
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At its core, Hanukkah is about celebrating miracles—both big and small—and enjoying time with loved ones, especially in the kitchen if you have a little helper like this one:
In the spirit of finding the light in this very heavy year, we've found this joyful Hanukkah gift of 2020.
If you want to be a good mensch, grab your presents soon.
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