Jewish Christmas

So, this year we had a homemade Jewish Christmas with a bit of a Japanese spin at the end. To clarify, Jewish Christmas is Chinese food and Japanese Christmas is fried chicken and Christmas cake. In Japan, if you’re not a family with small children, Christmas is actually a couples holiday; you get together with your significant other and have a romantic meal with a dessert of cake. So, we combined the two!

Qi, homemade yuzuaide, and some Chinese food! What could be more romantic?!

Qi, homemade yuzuaide, and some Chinese food! What could be more romantic?!

We decided to get two different slices instead of a huge cake. We're not going to have time ti finish the cake, and this would also allow us to differentiate our tastes. Guess which one was for which person!

We decided to get two different slices instead of a huge cake. We’re not going to have time ti finish the cake, and this would also allow us to differentiate our tastes. Guess which one was for which person!

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7 Responses to Jewish Christmas

  1. Leda says:

    I’m betting the white cake with the little rounds of salami is Sam’s. Oh wait, I think those might be strawberries. Never mind, I don’t know whose is whose.

    Merry Christmas!
    Love, aunt Leda
    Btw, uncle Steve feels like he’s famous, now that you gave him a latke shout out!

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  2. Jeff says:

    Uncle Steve is famous. Merry Christmas everyone!

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  3. Shanna Bryant says:

    I bet the chocolate is Sam’s. Gotta love Christmas for the Jews! xox I cooked my latkes in goose fat! Delicious. xoxoxox

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    • owegami says:

      DING DING! Correct! Sam’s was the chocolate. I thought it was a bit too dark/bitter, but he actually liked it more than mine. Fortunate for me, since I liked mine quite a bit!

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