15 Hanukkah Foods, Ranked

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Brisket is good. Brisket is cost-effective, which is great when you're feeding loads of hungry holiday revelers. And brisket is nearly impossible to mess up. The fat distribution lends itself perfectly to a low and slow preparation, whether you employ a slow cooker, a smoker, indirect heat on the grill, or in a dutch oven like this recipe from What Jew Wanna Eat.