Rosh Hashanah Food

How to Make Perfect Holiday Brisket with Help from Grow and Behold

Brisket is one of the most iconic Jewish American dishes, though every family and every Jewish cook has their own ...

Apple and Honey Pie Pops

A cinch to make and fun to eat.

Cocktail Meatballs with Pignolis and Currants

Albondigas, or meatballs, are a mainstay of Sephardic cuisine. 

Apple Kugel Crumble Cake

I love noodle kugel, especially my husband’s salt and pepper noodle kugel, which is always a hit at any Shabbat ...

Crockpot Carne con Papas, An Alternative to Brisket

Literally meat and potatoes, this dish is a Cuban family favorite.

Sour Cream Apple Coffee Cake

Moist and tender, not overly sweet, and laced with a heavenly streusel topping and filling, this coffee cake has got it all.

Our Complete Rosh Hashanah Menu

Check out our complete Rosh Hashanah menu including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options for each course of the meal.

Applesauce Soufflé Bread Pudding

A less traditional Rosh Hashanah dessert alternative.

Amy’s “Bissel” Apple Cake

This recipe is more about look and feel than about exactness, and it allows for a lot of tweaking.

Pumpkin Cranberry Cupcakes

Pumpkin and squash are symbolic foods for Rosh Hashanah.

Chrain (Horseradish)

Enjoying a pungent Russian tradition.