Rosh HaShanah Recipes

Rosh HaShanah Recipes

Rosh HaShanah Recipes

Apples and Honey, foods that are integral to the customs and rituals of the Jewish holiday of Rosh HaShanah

Rosh HaShanah Recipes

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  • At Rosh HaShanah, many Sephardi eat pumpkin to symbolize fertility, abundance, and prosperity.

  • Beatrice Koss's recipe scents the air with the sweet aromas of a festive New Year celebration.


  • Our fondest memories often center on family gatherings and delicious meals that include foods related to specific Jewish holidays – matzah brei on Passover, latkes during Hanukkah, or cheesecake on Shavuot

  • A round challah is one of many ways that we make regular foods extra special in celebration of the New Year. This year, kick your challah-making game up a notch with a host of recipes to choose from based on just how you like your challah and step-by-step instructions on how to shape them.



  • Sephardic Jews serve black-eyed beans for the New Year, representing new life and abundance.

  • This delicious, refreshing drink helps rehydrate after the Yom Kippur fast.

  • Try a tasty new twist on apples and honey this Rosh HaShanah!