Rosh Hashanah Recipes

Rosh Hashanah foods—like challah and honey cake—are a big part of the Jewish new year. You’ll want to add these home-cooked recipes to your family’s Rosh Hashanah traditions.

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Duck with Brandy Bing Cherry Sauce

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Elegant, delicious and colorful, this French duck dish is perfect to serve for special occasions. —Francine Lizotte, Langley, British Columbia

Spinach and Feta Bourekas

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These pastries are light and soft with a bit of crunch, and are one of my favorite appetizers for holidays....

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Do You Know These Symbolic Rosh Hashanah Foods?

These traditional Rosh Hashanah foods are rich in meaning and symbolism. How many of these stories did you know?

Mini Challah

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There's nothing like the aroma of bread baking to warm heart and home. Served fresh from the oven or given...

Honey Coffee

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For a soothing pick-me-up, sip this pleasantly sweet coffee, inspired by the taste of a traditional Spanish latte. —Taste of...

Slow-Cooker Beef Brisket

11 reviews

This slow-cooker beef brisket recipe is so easy to prepare and has been a family favorite for years. I added...

Jewish Apple Cake

7 reviews

A friend from New Hampshire gave me this Jewish apple cake recipe, which took a blue ribbon at the county...


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Eggs lend to the richness of this traditional challah bread recipe. The attractive golden color and delicious flavor make it...

Braided Egg Bread

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For Rosh Hashana, loaves of braided bread—commonly called challah—are baked to symbolize continuity. Since I first made this bread some...