Are you invited to a Haanukkah party this year? Not sure what to bring? Let me tell you, the BEST gifts on the internet aren’t on Amazon, they’re on Modern Tribe! Moderntribe.com has everything to make your Hanukkah hostess kvell. My absolute faves for this season? Let me share…
DRINKING DREIDELS Khepler Games $5.99
This one is best for the younger hosts or spirited drinkers in the group. As they say, games never get old and this one is sure to get more than just your dreidel spinning!
FOUR EMOJI WOODEN DREIDEL Rite Lite $8.00
I know it seems kitchy, but HELLO?! Hasn’t every Jew wanted a dreidel that they don’t have to translate for their goyim friends? Even my 3 year old can figure these ones out and the too cool for shul tween might even think it’s hawt.
MILK CHOCOLATE MACCABEES GIFT BOX Rite Lite $5.50
Because everyone loves chocolate and EVERYONE is tired of gelt. Done and done.
HANUKKAH MATCHES – SET OF TWO Tchotch Shop $10.00
If you’re like me and have a bag of matches from 1970 that don’t strike anymore, you’ll appreciate a fresh set. A bonus, these can be used on Shabbos after Hanukkah is over, so it’s an all year long way to say thank you.
KOSHER BONE JEWISH DOG TOY Copa Judaica$8.00
Even furry Fido needs love around the holidays and for the hostess that’s the mostess, who has everything, you can never go wrong by showing her 4 legged bubbellah some love.
JEWISH WISDOM BALL – SMALL OR LARGE Other $24.00 ($16sm)
The manufacturer claims this is probably the most perfect Hanukkah present ever created and in this case I have to agree. New on the market, this is a gift your host is SURE not to have and unless the question is “Do I need a sweater?”, you might just need an answer like only a Mommellah can give.
DREIDEL SHAPED LATKE TONGS Rite Lite $6.00
These can be used for cooking OR serving. This is the winning gift if you’re headed to a potluck, because you know people love to bring a dish but no spoon.
PARTY LIKE A LOX STAR APRON – BLACK What Jew Wanna Eat $32.00
Amy from “What Jew Wanna Eat” is a Jewish food maven! My husband still wears his “You are the lox to my shmear” apron every Hanukkah at latke frying time. Don’t think, just buy this apron. A MUST for any Jewish foodie in your life.
Are you as glad as I am that I shared this with you? Here’s to many happy hosts and fabulous Hanukkah celebrations this season! L’Chaim
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