Celebrate the Jewish New Year with Traditional Rosh Hashanah Foods

September 14, 2012

What to Eat on Rosh Hashanah: Traditional Jewish New Year Food

 
Last night I learned a lot about traditional Jewish foods to celebrate the New Year.  How timely, since the Jewish New Year is just around the corner - the celebration begins on Sunday, September 16th.
There are many recipes highlighting each of the symbolic foods, and I would like to share the recipes that I have made in the past.  Fair warning - not all of them are strictly kosher.  Enjoy!
 
Foods: honey, challah, apples, beets, squash, fish, leeks, cabbage, pomegranates.
 
Curious what to do with all of them?  Keep on reading!  Happy New Year
 

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