Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, a time of rebirth, of putting apples in everything and marking the expiration of another year. There is no better way to celebrate Rosh Hashanah than by rolling up your sleeves and coming into the kitchen to cook for everyone you love.
Here are some recipes, new and old, traditional and experimental, to help you on your way.
The Julia Turshen recipe for Celebration Chicken is definitely worth celebrating.
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This matboucha has been cooked by Mediterranean Jews for 500 years. There is no better time than Rosh Hashana to continue the tradition.
2018 was certainly the year of the beets. Celebrate it with this purple salad. Purple is, after all, the color of the kingship.
Do you want to put your table in order? This borscht-crostini will succeed. It is the perfect amalgamation of French sensitivities with Eastern European cookery.
Authentic lamb biryan with masala? This recipe can be extensive, but no one will say that it is not worth it once they taste it.
Rosh Hashanah is nothing without your classic apple sauce, and this is an editor's pick.
If you are looking for something even more indulgent, this apple fruit option is too good to ignore.
This soul-warming sweet Indian treat is exactly what you need for a September party.
This do-it-yourself alcoholic apple cider may have passed you under the table after a few drinks. That is a way to ring in the Jewish New Year!
Happy Rosh Hashanah! May it be a glorious year of cooking and roasting and baking!
Shira Feder is a writer at [email protected] and @shirafeder