Rosh Hashanah Food
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.
You don't have to make a big brisket for the New Year.
This cake is transformed with a few easy tweaks.
FYI, you can totally eat this brisket at brunch.
There's no need to miss out on any High Holiday classics.
There's no need to live in the kitchen during the High Holidays.
A unique Rosh Hashanah tray bake that tastes as good as it looks.
Feast your eyes and your stomach.
Forget the beach — you should be cooking, and freezing, in your kitchen right now.