Nov 22, 2010 10:25 AM
Giving children gelt, or money (usually small coins), is a tradition practiced in many Jewish households. It's also become increasingly popular to give chocolate gelt, usually packaged in gold foil and plastic netting. And even though chocolate is chocolate to most kids, we're pretty taken with the Crate & Barrel Hanukkah Gelt Bag ($10). It's festive, the chocolate is kosher, and the bag is reusable, which means once the chocolate is gone, kids can store real coins and/or treasures in it.
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