Kveller's Greatest Last-Minute Tips for Celebrating Rosh Hashanah – Kveller
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Kveller’s Greatest Last-Minute Tips for Celebrating Rosh Hashanah

Whenever a major Jewish holiday looms ahead, we’re not just excited, we’re a bit anxious. From cooking to reflecting to trying to get your kids to wear their damn dress shoes–there’s a lot to do. In order to get you through the start of a new year, we rounded up our favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes, things to do with kids, and inspiring reads to get you started. Wishing all of our dearest Kvellers the sweetest, happiest New Year yet.

Menu Ideas


Vegan Honey Cake for Rosh Hashanah

Sweet Fried Noodle Kugel Balls

Apple & Honey Cupcakes for Rosh Hashanah

Green Apple Soda

Balsamic Apple Date Challah for Rosh Hashanah

And check out more amazing recipes over at The Nosher!


Why This Rabbi Is Staying Home This Rosh Hashanah

We Need To Stop Overcooking for the Holidays

How Do You Actually Prepare Kids for the High Holidays?

I Finally Figured Out How This Whole Repentance Thing Works

On Rosh Hashanah, Remembering the Friend Who Taught Me What Being Jewish Is Really About

The High Holidays Are Not The Same Without My Kids

Stuff to Do

New Year’s Apple-Bowl for Honey

Five Tablescapes To Inspire You For Rosh Hashanah

Kid-Friendly activities for Rosh Hashanah 

Apple-Print Blessings Place Mat

Apple Tablecloth Craft

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