Over 40 Recipes for a Sweet, Stress-free Rosh Hashanah

Starters, main courses and desserts: Start your new year the right way, with a perfect meal. Don't feel overwhelmed, these holiday recipes and menus are here to help

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Honey-fig brownies.
Honey-fig brownies.Credit: Limor Laniado Tiroche
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Is your Rosh Hashanah dinner planned out yet? If not, or if you are simply looking for new ideas to spice up your New Year's table, we've gathered recipes for some traditional dishes, new twists on holiday favorites, as well as step-by-step seder menus.

Want to share a favorite family Rosh Hashanah recipe of your own? Feel free to do so in the comments.

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