(A tip of the kippah - and an extra Chanukah present - to Esther Kustanowitz for bringing this to our attention.)In the Book of the Redemption (c. 1263), the celebrated medieval Jewish philosopher Nahmanides describes a distant land where everything—the houses, the roads, even the synagogue—is made from potato latkes. And running through this savory land are two broad rivers, one flowing with applesauce and the other with sour cream. And on Hanukkah the Jews of Latkeland gather at the confluence of the two rivers, so they can top their latkes with a dollop of each. Incidentally, it was around this time that Nahmanides was doing a lot of drugs.