Your Guide to the Symbolic Foods of the Rosh Hashanah Seder

Rosh Hashanah: The Yehi Ratzon blessings, which have their roots in the Babylonian Talmud, have been rising in popularity in modern Israel. Here are the foods that will add meaning to your holiday meal.

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Tsimmes made from carrots and other roasted vegetables including beet, another symbolic food.
Tsimmes made from carrots and other roasted vegetables including beet, another symbolic food. Credit: AP
Vered Guttman
Vered Guttman
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A modern seder plate for Rosh Hashanah. Credit: Liz Steinberg
Rosh Hashanah greeting cards. Credit: David Bachar
Honey cake. Another dish for a sweet holiday. Credit: Boaz Lavi

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