Chanukah is known as the festival of lights, and for those Jewish residents or residents who would like to participate in the celebrations, it’s a great time to gather together. In keeping with the story of oil lasting a miraculous eight days, much of the traditional food is fried, including the delicious latke. These fried potato pancakes are made with shredded potatoes and onions that get crisped up and served with applesauce, sour cream, or salmon. Spend the afternoon with your residents making latkes (here’s a recipe to get you started) and follow it by the lighting of the Menorah. Make the lighting a part of your routine for the eight nights of Chanukah.