Rosh Hashanah Food
FAQ about shaping, baking, and storing round challah.
Plus, it's steeped in symbolism.
Chock-full of apples, it's perfect for dessert, breakfast, or snack time.
On Rosh Hashanah, there is a custom to eat apples dipped in honey to bring a sweet new year. As ...
Just go with it.
Easy, festive dishes that everyone will enjoy.
A quick and satisfying dessert.
Start a new tradition, try a new recipe, or eat an entire challah before dinner.
Sticky and sweet with a chili kick.
A sweet and perfectly portioned dessert.
This Rosh Hashanah tradition has a long, sometimes sweet, history.
A celebration of seasonal produce and the new year.