With Hanukkah quickly approaching, now is a great time to think about how you'd like to make your week long celebration special this year! Regardless of your own Jewish heritage, how about a little bit of Moroccan Hanukkah influence this year? The Moroccan aesthetic is perfect for a Hanukkah celebration, I must say, with all he ornate patterns, jewel tones and lots of brass and gold, so why not infuse your Hannukah with a little something exotic from across the seas?
At the very least, serve some delciious Moroccan mint tea (with fresh mint) on one of he nights of Chanukah, and maybe even try making some of my Moroccan Mofleta, one of the healthier dishes one could make, since most everything else is deep fried! Then again if you are going to eat something deep fried, so Hanukkah is the time, on account of the miracle of the oil which many love to remember via fried doughnuts and latkes.
Okay, I'm actually in the middle of trying to come up with some quick Moroccan style crafts for Hanukkah (which is how I came across these photos from a few years back) and time is of the essence, so gotta run!