PHOTO: Standing at over five feet tall, this Candy Menorah could be a record-breaker for the largest candy Menorah ever created. The pictured Menorah, was created with 3,000 Kosher taffy candies, and took seven weeks to build.
The Menorah was built in Lakewood, and stands at 5 feet, 4 inches tall.
This coming Motzei Shabbos, children at Khal Toldos Yitzchak located at 937 County Line Rd. will get to enjoy the Menorah after it’s featured at the Avos Ubanim program of Mechanech R’ Yoel Rother. TLS.
Looks yummy!!!! Can I eat it after Chanukah????
its mamesh bal taschis!
To pine park: It says that it will be enjoyed by the children on Motzei Shabbos.
wow that’s in my neck of the woods.
Going to take kids tomorrow to see that.
Thats for the bonim now what are the Avos getting.
I’m sure my son would love that.
Cool. So, who made it? Give credit where it’s due.
Don’t eat nothing yet until Guiness Book Of World Records gets here! They are currently busy with the most menorah’s lit at once (1,000) and the most dreidel’s spun at once (946)! Once they are here they plan on marking ANOTHER record: most accidents and street lights smashed in a day! (But that is for a different post, of course…)
The menorah was made by Tismach Tisrael ice cream. iw as there .They have the most awesome things made out of candy. dreidels, latkes , menorahs. their p-rices are amazing too and they are soooo nice!
You need to give credit to the shul Rebbitzin, Mrs. Ginsberg, who ordered this magnificent masterpiece, and is so devoted to the shul, making sure everything runs smoothly!!!!
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