Rosh HaShanah

Wish you friends a Happy Jewish New Year on Rosh HaShanah

Rosh HaShanah is a time for family and friends, shofars blasting, heaps of food and of course – round Challah!

Rosh Hashanah

The Jewish New Year, literally translated to “Head of the Year,” is celebrated in the fall (September) and is a time of introspection and repenting, asking for forgiveness for your transgressions and starting fresh.

As far as holiday food goes, we eat round Challah on Shabbat symbolizing the full circle of a year, we dip apples in honey symbolizing a sweet year to come, eat pomegranates for fertility, gorge on gourds, cabbage, carrots, leeks, spinach, and feast on fresh fruit.

Check out some delicious Rosh HaShanah recipes:

Vegan Jewish Honey Cake Recipe

Vegan Jewish Honey Cake Recipe (Nut-Free)

If you’re in the mood for a tasty dessert, try this Vegan Jewish Honey Cake Recipe which is soy-free, nut-free and simple to make.

Kreplach Jewish Dumplings

Homemade Kreplach Jewish Dumplings

Kreplach are tasty “Jewish-style” meat or dairy-filled dumplings. These delicious dumplings can be fried or boiled and eaten plain or in soup.