On November 28, 2013 - this year only - Hanukkah begins Thanksgiving day. They call it Thanksgivukkah, and it won't happen again for an estimated 79,000 years! By customer request, we've come up with a hilariously silly design featuring a roast turkey and all nine candles. (It's a Menurkey!)
If Thanksgivukkah sounds like fun to you, check out the unique but surprisingly tasteful Thanksgivukkah Menu put together by Buzzfeed.com, including potato latkes with cranberry applesauce (below): http://www.buzzfeed.com/christinebyrne/thanksgivukkah
You can also listen to Barry Shrage, on Jewish Boston, explain why Hanukkah and Thanksgiving have more in common than you might think: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6IPMYcP-bk
And much less seriously, this Monty-Python style spoof of Thanksgivukkah, Pilgrims, and fish trees, by Shmideo. (Yes, fish trees. Don't ask us, it's the internet.): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4P-wc6t6bX8
Gobble Tov, everyone!