It’s not all about how it tastes. It’s also about how it makes you feel.
It’s more than symbolic—it’s delicious, if you know what to do with it. Try it for dessert this Rosh Hashanah.
From bacon challah and beef jerky to artisanal herring and designer chocolate, these treats are guaranteed to spice up any High Holiday meal at home
With a sugary, crunchy topping, this noodle kugel could be a dessert as well as a side dish
This stew of root vegetables and dried fruit is a staple of Ashkenazi cooking, but it doesn’t have to be the bland, gloppy mess we’ve come to know
A culinary scholar discovers a medieval recipe for an ancient—and still delicious—Jewish pastry
This Tunisian fish dish is perfect for Rosh Hashanah, or any dinner party
This Rosh Hashanah, try an aromatic fish dish instead of the same old brisket
Long a dull staple of Rosh Hashanah tables, honey cake is having a renaissance, with a wide range of new variations
My Aunt Eva’s recipe came with my family from Eastern Europe more than a century ago. Today, I bake them in memory of my mother.
Just in time for Rosh Hashanah, Israel’s annual honey festival shines a light on the variety of sweet products being produced—as well as the challenges facing the country’s beekeepers
Over apples and honey? This Rosh Hashanah, cook with carrots to symbolize your hopes for the coming year.
When I tried making a treasured family recipe, I decided it needed some revisions. This Rosh Hashanah, I’ll honor my great-grandmother by updating her recipe.
Morrocan-inspired flavors that invite a prosperous new year
Try Greek thyme honey—dip your apples in it, or make a special baklava—for a truly sweet new year
Use a different ‘new fruit’ and try this Italian plum tart
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with a clever—and kosher—holiday cocktail
The NYC restaurant will be serving honey and red wine-braised short ribs
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