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Learn More About Rosh HaShanah

Learn More About Rosh HaShanah

Learn More About Rosh HaShanah

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

Learn More About Rosh HaShanah

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  • 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.

  • Learn how you and your family can pursue social justice during the Jewish high holidays.



  • Served piping hot, this dish makes a wholesome light family meal.

  • Honey cake is traditionally eaten for Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year—the honey’s sweetness symbolizes our wishes for a sweet year. This is my mother's recipe, which she makes in Israel, freezes, and sends to me in the mail.

  • Sally's daughter Rita writes, "My late mother, Sally Rosenkranz, who was from Radom, Poland, lost her mother in the Holocaust."