Barb Kovacs, (from left), her daughter, Emily Kovacs, and her mother, Joan Mindlin, gathered at Barb’s home in Overland Park, to make the foods that are part of their traditional Hanukkah celebration. The women used an antique wine glass as a cookie cutter to cut out the dozens of kiflins, a traditional cookie enjoyed by their family during Hanukkah.
Barb Kovacs, (from left), her daughter, Emily Kovacs, and her mother, Joan Mindlin, gathered at Barb’s home in Overland Park, to make the foods that are part of their traditional Hanukkah celebration. The women used an antique wine glass as a cookie cutter to cut out the dozens of kiflins, a traditional cookie enjoyed by their family during Hanukkah. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Barb Kovacs, (from left), her daughter, Emily Kovacs, and her mother, Joan Mindlin, gathered at Barb’s home in Overland Park, to make the foods that are part of their traditional Hanukkah celebration. The women used an antique wine glass as a cookie cutter to cut out the dozens of kiflins, a traditional cookie enjoyed by their family during Hanukkah. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

For three generations of cooks, Hanukkah celebration begins in the kitchen

December 09, 2014 06:00 AM