Trivia: What is traditionally made during the Jewish festival of Sukkot?
Correct Answer: Huts
So why is this answer correct? : Also called the Feast of Tabernacles or Feast of Booths, Sukkot is a Jewish autumn festival held in September or October. During the eight-day celebration, families make traditional huts (booths) as a nod to the Exodus, when the Israelites lived in huts in the desert before reaching the Promised Land. Traditional feasts with family and friends are enjoyed inside these huts.