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Don't overdo it. That's the lesson to remember most when planning special dinners for any of the eight days of Hanukkah (or Hanukah/Chanukah; they're all correct).
You said you wouldn't do it this time. You promised yourself the cooking will be done by the time your holiday guests arrive so you can relax and focus on them.
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