Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.
Rosh Hashanah RecipesCelebrate the Jewish New Year with traditional symbols, classic Jewish and Middle Eastern foods, and innovative Israeli dishes
Rosh Hashanah menus
Beef cheeks with kidney beans, pumpkin jam and other edible blessings for the Jewish New Year from the Persian kitchen
Elran Shrefler, owner and chef of Tel Aviv's Azura Restaurant imbibed a love of Turkish cuisine from his restaurateur father. A holiday menu inspired from home
Want to cook a big holiday meal with as little stress as possible? Vered Guttman draws on her catering prowess to create this day-by-day prep schedule — plus two fancy but easy appetizer recipes.
Every ethnic group has its own traditional festive dishes for Rosh Hashanah. We found home cooks happy to share their holiday favorites.
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.
With a bowl of her couscous, one grandmother taught me something about independence. The other taught me to make fish soup and fish patties that go so well with couscous.
Yehi Zino is one of the few Israelis to have truly mastered the secrets of the Mediterranean, and his skills are on display daily at the Pescado fish restaurant in Ashdod. Four recipes for the holidays from one of Israel’s most talented young chefs.
It’s been a good year for Israeli and Middle Eastern food lovers, with colorful, nuanced books that make these cuisines more accessible than ever.
Enjoy these Rosh Hashanah treats from a website where home cooks share and store all their favorite kosher recipes.
A look at some lesser-known wines worthy of your attention for Rosh Hashanah.
Apples and honey have a long history as a Jewish new year tradition. This recipe combines these ancient symbols into a sweet dessert
This much-loved Jewish cookie is ubiquitous in Israel nowadays, where varieties range from average pastry at neighborhood grocery stores to gourmet delicacies at the country's best bakeries. This recipe takes the treat up a notch.