Rosh Hashanah Food
Pomegranates, or rimonim in Hebrew, are one of the most recognizable and highly symbolic fruits in Jewish culture.
There's nothing quite like that first slice of Rosh Hashanah challah, drizzled generously with honey, to put a smile on your face.
Serve this quintessential comfort food for Shavuot, for Shabbat, Yom Kippur break-fast, or just because.
This Rosh Hashanah recipe incorporates Ashkenazi and Sephardic New Year symbolic foods.
Sweet and fragrant, this dish incorporates symbolic holiday foods.
Using half whole wheat flour keeps this healthful alternative light and fluffy.
Recipes for the Jewish New Year.
Suggestions for bringing the messages of the New Year home from synagogue.
Why this ancient fruit is a Jewish symbol.
This go-to chicken recipe, with a glossy and delicious sauce, is perfect for Rosh Hashanah or Shabbat.
Recipes for traditional and meaningful Jewish new year delicacies.
Date honey, called silan throughout the Middle East, changes everything.
This lunchtime salad is especially nice plated individually and topped with cashews.
A grandmother's recipe offers an easy route to this classic Ashkenazi dish.
When you break into the round loaf, it is like biting into a challah cinnamon bun.