I cannot believe that the Jewish Holidays are here already and this year will be very different from years gone by. I will not be with my family for the first time in maybe my life. Time to reflect for sure. While I am not happy about the situation I am in this year I will still the mark the days with some delicious Holiday Food. Here is a list of some of the recipes that you can put in the search bar on my site or just google the recipe with cooking with candi and you should be able to get it.
I am wishing all of you who celebrate a Very Happy Healthy New Year. Let’s all hope and pray that next year we will all be in a very different place.
Rosh Hashana starts in the evening of Friday, September 18
Yom Kippur starts Sunday, September 27
I am always open to suggestions and inquiries and general help. You can DM me on Instagram/Facebook or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who celebrate have a very Happy Healthy New Year!
Homemade Chicken Soup with not so Homemade Matzo Balls ( even though this is for Passover we eat it a lot on Rosh Hashana)
Happy New Year Brisket
Unstuffed Cabbage–a great alternative to meatballs
Honey Roasted Chicken
Old School Meatballs
A Noodle Pudding from Ellen
Another Noodle Pudding from Marcy *kosher non dairy
Noodle Pudding with Apricot Nectar–probably one of the all time best kugels ever
Noodle Pudding from Julie
Grandma Millie’s Cauliflower
Applesauce and Raisin Cake
Don’t let the Apples go Bad Cake
Julie’s Honey Cake
My farewell to Norah Ephron- her Tzimmes