Every ethnic group has its own traditional festive dishes for Rosh Hashanah. We found home cooks happy to share their holiday favorites.
Rosh Hashanah dinner
This desert is too delicious to only eat on Jewish New Year
Beef cheeks with kidney beans, pumpkin jam and other edible blessings for the Jewish New Year from the Persian kitchen
I headed to Israel in search of independence, but what I found taught me about being close to home.
Driving in Israel on holiday eve is enough to give one some very unholy thoughts. Public transport has its constraints, though.
Among the more exotic new creations this Jewish new year are a honey-carmelized apple-pear brioche bostock and a honey-walnut cake topped with crumbled Lotus biscuits.
Why bake honey cake when you can buy it? We’ve done your homework for you, and found the five best places to buy honey cake in Israel this Rosh Hashanah. Which is your favorite?
Traveling in Israel on the Jewish New Year and need a place to celebrate? Or simply have no time or strength to cater for your family? Here's a list of the top 5 restaurants in Israel offering festive meals. Book in fast, before they book out.
Apple and honey cake, honey and cinnamon babka, and a moist cake with apricots: Take a different approach this Jewish New Year.
Temuri Yakobashvili and Yana Fremer, who come from a small Jewish community in Tbilisi, decorate their holiday table with a mix of Sephardi and Ashkenazi Georgian delicacies.
Honey cake is to the Jewish New Year what fruitcake is to Christmas: an inedible ornament on the dining table.
There's no sweeter way to celebrate Rosh Hashanah than with these festive and delicious desserts.