L’Shanah Tovah! Sunday, September 13th is the start of the Jewish New year, Rosh Hashanah. And it is traditional to bring in the New Year with something sweet, so you can have a sweet New Year. The common tradition are apples and honey, simple and sweet, but there are a few other foods that are also traditional and symbolic for the New Year, including beets, black eyed peas and dates.
For your celebratory pleasure, I’m sharing dishes that can be made for your Rosh Hashanah party. And it doesn’t stop at just apples and honey!