09 Sep G…uest 22: For a Sweet Year
Please meet my dear friend Dolly @ koolkosherkitchen
I am extremely grateful to dear Esmé for having me as a guest on her blog and giving me this opportunity to share my Rosh Hashanah recipes. Contrary to a common belief that Rosh Hashanah is Jewish New Year, it isn’t really so. It is the beginning of the 7th month of the Jewish calendar, rather than the first, and it literally means The Head of the Year. However, in a way it is, because it is the anniversary of Creation, and we wish each other a Good Year and a Sweet Year. Every dish on Rosh Hashanah menu has special meaning, many of them also carry special blessings, and most of them are sweet. You will find a list of links with recipes under every picture; all you have to do is click! Note that two different cakes (White Leikach and Onik Leikach) are on the table from the beginning and throughout the Seuda – festive meal.
FIRST COURSE – APPETIZERS
- Round Challah for a Sweet Year
- Gefilte Fish Heads the Year
- Onik Leikach – Honey Cake
- White Leikach
- Tzimmes mit Fasoles – Red Beans with Honey
- Mehren Tzimmes – Honey Carrots
SECOND COURSE – SOUP
THIRD COURSE – MAIN DISH
Essig Fleish and the Meaning of Life
FOURTH COURSE – DESSERT
May you be subscribed for a good and sweet year, full of great and wonderful happenings!
Shana Tova! A Zis Yohr!