Rosh HaShanah’s Symbolic Foods are only the start of the Jewish New Year’s feasting.
While the Jewish new year is a time for contemplation and prayer, there’s nothing sparse about the festivities. Families gather together to feast in the late morning and again in the evening, after blessing the day with wine. Read about the excellent Israeli wines here.
The family cook often starts feeling overwhelmed with the quantity of cooking that takes place. To help plan menus, view our roundup of festive recipes for some splendid holiday meals.
For vegetarians, or for a dairy break in the middle of the two-day round of fancy meals, try some of these meat-free ideas:
Silky Malabi pudding: keep malabi dairy-free by substituting coconut or almond milk.
A Condiment, a Dip, and a Spread:
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