Celebrate the Jewish New Year with new takes on traditional dishes.
Rosh Hashanah begins at sunset on Monday September 17th. Honour the occasion with these simple and delicious recipes — many of which can be served during other holidays, too. Ingredients commonly used during Rosh Hashanah include apples, honey, pomegranates, carrots, spinach, eggs and white flour, with main courses like chicken, turkey or roast beef. To top off this fall feast and celebrate the sweetness of the New Year, finish with a harvest-apple dessert, such as apple puddings (pictured above) or baked apples.
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