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Originally posted 12/09/2015 09:00AM
[YOUTUBE "lUohFbbb2LU"] There's double the Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein this holiday season.
The Portlandia duo are teaming up in a new Old Navy holiday ad, in which they play two couples celebrating Christmas with some kiddos. In the ad, which is exclusive to PEOPLE, one couple (played by a cross-dressing Armisen and Brownstein) bought gifts for the kids at Old Navy – and were able to purchase twice as much because of a 50 percent off sale, happening Dec. 18-20.
Originally posted 12/06/2015 12:00PM
Holiday game: strong. Click here to head over to PEOPLE's Discover page on Snapchat for some major festive shenanigans – ugly Christmas sweater, optional.
Adam Sandler Sings New Version of 'Chanukah Song,' Referencing Scarlett Johansson, Shia LaBeouf and Jared Fogle
Originally posted 11/26/2015 02:15PM
Just in time for holiday season, comedian Adam Sandler has debuted the fourth iteration of "The Chanukah Song," with an updated list of celebrities claiming full or partial Jewish heritage.
Originally posted 12/16/2014 03:00PM
These delicious potato pancake pairings will make you rethink the usual sour cream and applesauce
Originally posted 12/03/2014 06:30PM
You know the drill when you get on an airplane: Stow away your carry-on in the overhead compartment, buckle up ... try not to fall asleep on the passenger sitting next to you.
Originally posted 11/29/2013 12:15PM
The biggest songs of 2013 just got stuffed – in a hilarious holiday-themed parody medley by Carrie Underwood, Rashida Jones and Jimmy Fallon.
Originally posted 11/27/2013 04:00PM
Adam Sandler's "The Chanukah Song" first appeared on Saturday Night Live nearly 20 years ago, and ever since then, it's been a soothing comedic balm for Jewish children who feel alienated during the Christmas season. And while Sandler has sporadically updated the song, he hasn't done so for 10-plus years, so we decided to help him out with some culturally appropriate references.
Originally posted 12/09/2012 12:30PM
There's no better way to bask in the holiday season than using the best produce of the season. Crisp apples and pomegranates are delicious on their own, but even more satisfying in a refreshing or body-warming cocktail.
Make your evening complete by whipping up a mug of Appleton Estate's Hot Buttered Cider or a glass of PAMA's Champagne Dreams, and enjoy!
Originally posted 12/08/2012 03:15PM
Is it the Festival of Lights – or the Festival of Latkes?
As the first night of Hanukkah kicks off Saturday, here's a twist on the classic potato pancake recipe to serve up at your celeb-worthy holiday party this year.
Hanukkah Quinoa Latkes10-12 servings; recipe created by executive chef David Kolotkin, who whips up kosher-friendly fare at N.Y.C.'s The Prime Grill
Originally posted 12/20/2011 11:15AM
The celebration of Hanukkah calls for a few culinary staples: latkes, chocolate gelt and, in Gwyneth Paltrow's house, matzoh-flavored ice cream.
The Oscar winner, who celebrates the Jewish holiday in honor of her late father, is a fan of Chozen, an ice cream brand that draws inspiration from traditional Jewish recipes.
Flavors range from Ronne's Rugelach and Coconut Macaroon to, just in time for the Festival Lights (which starts Tuesday), Chocolate Gelt.
Also digging into the kosher treat, which is available online and at Tribeca Treats in downtown Manhattan: Jon Stewart and Andy Samberg.
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