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Hanukkah is one of my favorite holidays because I love the ritual of lighting candles every night. It’s such a nice, cozy way to end each day when the weather is cold outside. When hosting a Hanukkah party, I like to have a few menorahs around the house, so when I need an extra one, I’ll make one out of fruit! This year I am making a citrus menorah. Just slice 4 limes in half and cut the bottom off one orange. Then carve little holes in each, big enough to put a candle in. This edible menorah might not last you 8 days, so you may consider making it on the last night. Happy Hanukkah!

By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast