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The Best Holiday Events Happening this Weekend in Los Angeles | Dec. 8 – Dec. 10 2023

🎄🎅🤶🦌⛄❄️🕎🔔🎁 Get ready to immerse yourself in the festive spirit with spectacular holiday events happening this December weekend in Los Angeles! First up, make your way to the 2nd Annual Winter Holiday Bazaar at Gasolina Cafe from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM, where a vibrant array of over a dozen artisans will showcase everything from jewelry and pottery to skincare and candles. Indulge in traditional Spanish holiday treats, sip on hot chocolate, wine, and cocktails, and enjoy live jazz as you explore the wonders on display. Next, as the sun sets, head to Burton Chace Park & Fisherman’s Village in Marina Del Rey for the Marina Del Rey Boat Parade from 5:55 PM to 8:00 PM. Witness a dazzling fireworks display followed by a boat parade themed “Beauty of Winter on the Water,” with boats adorned in twinkling lights and decorations. For a more intimate celebration, venture to Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum for the Holiday Family Faire from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Amidst carolers, madrigals, and enchanting performances, explore an artisan marketplace offering holiday gifts and crafts. Stick around for caroling with Theatricum company members and an outdoor screening of The Muppet Christmas Carol (tickets required). And these are just the tip of the holiday iceberg – there are many exciting holiday events in our post below. 🕯️🎉🎊🍪🥂🕰️🌟

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Happy Hanukkah! Here’s The Absolute Best Latke Recipe

Happy Hanukkah!

Hanukkah began at sundown on December 2nd last week. Many of us celebrated the start of the holiday by lighting candles for eight days and consuming fried foods. Lots of fried foods. Latkes are deceptively simple. For a basic, classic latke is just potatoes, onions, flour, eggs, and oil. Some of us commemorate the holiday by making latkes each evening until the 10th. And why not? I think that allows plenty of nights to experiment with different ingredients to figure out the perfect latke to your tastes. What I love most is a very herb-heavy latke. Rosemary, Thyme, Dill, Basil. You name it, and if you have it, use it. Fresh herbs add a lot of bite to this classic dish.

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