Ah, December… the time for lighting the menorah, spinning the dreidel to get that elusive gimel, and, of course, wondering whether you’re going to have a date for New Year’s Eve this year.
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year for couples. Visions of holding your date as the snow falls perfectly onto your hair (that is somehow not a frizzy mess), cups of hot cocoa with marshmallows, kissing under twinkling lights, ice skating…yeah, those are nice movie-magic moments. But let’s get real; dating in December can seriously suck.
This year to commemorate Hanukkah, I am breaking out of my usual latke habit and shaking things up a bit with savory and sweet fritters. Fritters are defined as a wide variety of fried foods, usually consisting of a portion of batter or breading which has been filled with bits of meat, seafood, fruit, or other ingredients. Sounds good right?
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When I talk with people who date online – and I’ve spoken to MANY – one of the top complaints I hear is that when you finally manage to schedule a date with someone, they don’t turn out like you expected. And let’s face it, most of the time this feeling is accompanied by disappointment, not pleasant surprise.
Check out your December Hora-Scope on life, love and latkes!
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Now that the holiday season is in full effect, it’s time to be thankful for the good things in life (like a November filled with well-reviewed movies like Skyfall, Flight, Wreck it Ralph, Lincoln, and Argo). Read on to get the lowdown on all the movie-goodness December has to offer.
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