If you’re celebrating the Jewish new year of Rosh Hashanah, you’ve probably started to plan. Traditional foods for Rosh Hashanah include anything sweet and round. Specific foods include round challahs, apples dipped in honey, fish, the head of a fish or lamb, fish in general, cabbage, carrots, black-eyed peas (apparently common in secular new year’s celebrations), pomegranates, dates, and beets. And I’m sure I’ve forgotten a few.
I’ve collected some links for Rosh Hashanah, including some from my other website. I’ll be posting a low-oil honeycake recipe on Wednesday.
In 2012 Rosh Hashanah begins on Sunday evening, September 16 and ends Tuesday evening, September 18.
- Expert Tips for First-Time Rosh Hashanah Hosts
- Menu Planning for Rosh Hashanah
- Rosh Hashanah Menu and the Vegetarian Child
- Rosh Hashanah Menu and Cooking Plan
- Rosh Hashanah Survival Guide 2012
- What Hostess Gift Do You Like?
- Preparing for a Holiday Cooking Session
- Cooking Spreadsheet
- Simple Food Processor Recipes
- Estimating Quantities
- An Efficient Cooking Session
- Bar Mitzvah Cooking Session
Rosh Hashanah Recipes:
- Chicken with Carrots, Sage and Black Lentils
- Potato Kugel Secrets
- Low-Fat Turkey Meatloaf
- Gefilte Fish Balls
- Chicken with Tomatoes and Black Olives
- Challah Bread with Sponge Method
- Mirj’s Foolproof Challah
- Easy Stuffed Cabbage
- Carrot-Apple Salad
- Black-Eyed Peas with Tomatoes
- Cabbage Braised with Onions
- Pumpkin Soup with White Wine and Rosemary
- Tender Pot Roast
- Red Snapper with Lemon and Dill
- Beet Soup with Cumin and Ginger
- Grilled Eggplant Dip
- Chana’s Gefilte Fish Recipe
- Matzah Balls
- Spicy Tongue with Garlic and Allspice
- Marinated Beet Salad with Ginger and Garlic
- My Excellent Couscous Adventure
This post was featured in the Real Food Digest Rosh Hashanah Carnival.