Sep 11 2012
Generations of families have started the Jewish New Year with something sweet, in the hopes of a great year. It is a brilliant idea. What is more fun than allowing kids to put honey on their apple slices, and sprinkles on their challah at dinner? It’s a tradition, so we have to do it. Here are five sticky sweet treats to make and enjoy with your kids.
Make Your Own Brown Sugar: Combine 3 Tbsp. white sugar with ½ – 1 tsp. of molasses. It will be hard to combine, but it will work. Enjoy on yogurt mixed with fruit, or use it in baking. Read the rest of this entry →
Today’s Rosh Hashanah Recipe of the day is a delicious way to add apples and honey to your everyday eats. Zoe Singer gives us a recipe for apple & honey whole wheat sandwich bread, which is about as delicious and wholesome as it sounds.
Recipe for Apple & Honey Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread:
This is a slightly sweet, tender sandwich bread with a crisp crust. It’s perfect with a sharp cheese or a schmear of cream cheese or nut butter. Read the rest of this entry →
Sep 10 2012
Today’s Rosh Hashanah recipe of the day comes from Sarah M. Lasry, the author of two bestselling kosher cookbooks, The Dairy Gourmet: Secret Recipes from Tastebuds Cafe and The At-Home Gourmet: Simple Kosher Gourmet Recipes for Everyday. Now that summer is finally beyond us, we can indulge in the simple of joy of soup. This one uses Granny Smith apples and Yukon Gold potatoes for a creamy, warming delight.
Recipe for Apple Carrot Potato Soup: Read the rest of this entry →
Sep 7 2012
Today’s Rosh Hashanah recipe of the day is all about the wonderful world of challah. This recipe from Meredith Jacobs is for a round challah, topped with honey, as if challah could get any more delicious. If you need something to serve this beautiful challah on, how about a beautiful round wooden challah board from Modern Tribe*?
Recipe for Honey-Topped Challah:
On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, theHigh Holidays, it’s traditional to eat a round challah. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, and the roundness of the challah represents the cycle of the year, and life. It’s actually quite easy to make your challah round. And we think it’s even better for pulling apart with your hands this way. Read the rest of this entry →
Sep 6 2012
Today’s Rosh Hashanah recipe of the day takes advantage of the fact that pomegranates are a symbol of fertility and abundance and therefore a common motif for the Jewish New Year. This delectable salad recipe is from Sarah M. Lasry, the author of two bestselling kosher cookbooks, The Dairy Gourmet: Secret Recipes from Tastebuds Cafe and The At-Home Gourmet: Simple Kosher Gourmet Recipes for Everyday. She is founder and editor of www.kosherstreet.com and www.thepatchkeprincess.com.
Recipe for Pomegranate Poppy Seed Salad: Read the rest of this entry →
Sep 5 2012
Today’s Rosh Hashanah recipe of the day is quite the classic: brisket. It’s hard to imagine a Jewish holiday without it, and this recipe by Tamar Fox is sure to please.
Recipe for brisket:
Brisket is a traditional Ashkenazis dish for any big meal, from Rosh Hashanah to Passover, and though it’s considered a fairly fancy offering for a festive meal, it doesn’t have to be a pain in the tuchis. Read the rest of this entry →
Sep 4 2012
Today’s Rosh Hashanah recipe of the day is a cool treat for the taste buds. Zoe Singer tells us how to make green apple soda, a not-so-classic take on that whole apples and honey thing. Remember, the first night of Rosh Hashanah is September 16th.
Recipe for Green Apple Soda:
If you have a juicer, simply juice the apple and add the remaining ingredients. Otherwise, you’ll need cheesecloth to strain the juice.
Tip: If you need to make this soda truly green for some reason—say, you’ve inadvertently given your toddler unrealistic expectations—a drop each of blue and yellow food coloring will do for the whole batch. Read the rest of this entry →
Aug 31 2012
Today’s Rosh Hashanah recipe of the day is from Melinda Strauss, the founder of Kitchen Tested, a website devoted to helping home chefs tackle any recipe (and where everything is kosher, too!). And we must say, this recipe for Apple Pecan Galette will make one nice looking dessert on your Rosh Hashanah table.
Here’s the recipe for Apple Pecan Galette with Salted Peanut Butter Caramel: Read the rest of this entry →
Aug 30 2012
Today’s Rosh Hashanah recipe of the day comes from Rachel Teichman, who specializes in turning classic Jewish foods into toddler-friendly hits. Check out her version of the classic carrot dish, tsimmes, below.
Recipe for Smashed Tsimmes:
Tsimmes is a combination of root vegetables and dried fruits. It is typically seasoned with honey and cinnamon, and sometimes includes meat or beans. A sweet dish used to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, it can be enjoyed all year long. Since this version of tsimmes is mashed, it can easily be fed to a child, or they can feed it to themselves. Read the rest of this entry →
Aug 29 2012
Today’s Rosh Hashanah Recipe of the Day is from Meredith Jacobs, and it’s a great twist on a Jewish holiday classic–the kugel. Try it out as a side dish for your Rosh Hashanah meal.
Apple & Raisin Kugel Recipe:
Rosh Hashanah is all about apples and honey. And really, what’s not to love? But say you want to add a little more apple-love to your new year’s table, try this kugel on for size. It’s delicious, sweet, and best of all–easy. Just boil, mix, and bake. Before you know it, your house smells like heaven and you’re ready to eat. (Oh, and though this kugel is great for the High Holidays, it’s also a yummy side dish year-round!) Read the rest of this entry →