Happy Rosh Hashanah!


Rosh Hashanah is also known as the Jewish New Year. It’s today and I know tons of Jewish friends and coworkers who are taking advantage of this “day of rest.” But many, if not all of them, are definitely going to busy with dinners! Rosh Hashanah is dominated by foods including apples and honey. But there’s a whole lot more to the Jewish New Year, like the symbolic foods of pomegranate, fish head and carrots. After the jump, check out a Rosh Hashanah feast.


Harvard Beets
Tangy Meatballs
Leek Pies

Main Courses

Baked Lemon Sole
Salmon with Brown Mustard and Olive Oil
Oven Barbecued Brisket


Super Simple Sweet Cinnamon Apples
Apple and Honey Cake
Lekach (Honey Cake)


Orange and Honey Coffee
Autumn Tea
Iced Apple Tea

Looking for more Jewish recipes? Check out this article: Ok, but why a fish head?

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