Berkowitz said eating a macaron was an experience.
“I’ve never had one (macaron) like it before. It’s an unexpected treat,” Berkowitz said. “You bite in and it lets all the air out.”
Along with Judaica and Christmas items, candies, bon bons, made in Oklahoma items and Watkins products, Lohmann said he plans to carry macarons soon. He carries many items for all occasions, including Hanukkah, in his shop.
Hanukkah is an eight-day celebration of light honored by lighting a nine-branch candelabrum, commonly called a menorah or hanukkiah.
Traditionally, one light is lit for each night of Hanukkah until the eighth night, when the entire menorah shines, completely lit.
Lohmann said he hopes to have the lighting on the first night of Hanukkah next year.
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