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Eggless latkes still hold together
Potatoes, onions and olive oil, which we store year-round, are all harvested in the late fall. This is quite convenient since potato latkes (pancakes) use all three ingredients and are a traditional food for Hanukkah, which this year begins at sundown Dec. 8. They are also a year-round customary dish in much of Eastern Europe.
By Kay Stepkin, Special to Tribune Newspapers
December 5, 2012