. . . Time for Latkes With a Little Daikon Radish

Holiday Fare
Photo: Marsden Epworth

I come from a blended family, both Japanese and Jewish, which explains my variation on the traditional Hanukkah potato pancake by adding elements of the Japanese fried pancake called okonomiyaki. 

So  I was quite excited to see in The New York Times that someone had started a whole restaurant dedicated to a type of fusion cuisine with which I feel a deep bond. 

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