Master chef Jacques Pepin celebrates the Festival of Lights with a French-inspired dinner. The menu includes consommé printanier followed by cold mousse of chicken and pistachios, with a mouth-watering veal roast with braised lettuce as the main course. And in a nod to the traditional Hanukkah potato latke, Pepin also prepares golden vegetable pancakes tempura. But be sure to save room for dessert: a stunning frozen citrus soufflé.
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Have you watched Jacques Pepin's Chanukah Celebration yet? What did you think about it?