Rosh Hashana 2021

It’s pretty hard to believe that Rosh Hashana the Jewish New Year will be upon us in 2 weeks. The first night of the holiday is September 6. Yom Kippur is September 15 -16.

It’s still summer and hard to wrap your head around it but before you know it it will be here. I know it’s always too early or too late but this is very early.

Maybe a good opportunity to do an outside Holiday Dinner and certainly break fast outdoors would be lovely. And maybe use some delicious salads to lighten up the menu since it is still Summer. Some roasted veggies would also be a perfect addition.

Once again I will write up a list of recipes for you to check out and one by one I will try and post as many as I can for you.

Enjoy your families and have a Happy Healthy New Year from our house to yours. Remember if you have any questions get in touch either through this website or my instagram or facebook — DM me and I will try and get back to you as soon as possible. I will also be posting Rosh Hashana recipes on Cooking with Candi. Check out my instagram for daily posts.

Shanah Tovah

Recipes:

Un- stuffed Cabbage — I highly recommend this delicious main dish — pretty simple to make and beats trying to make stuffed cabbage but tastes just as good.

Happy New Year Brisket— Brisket is always a winner and this one never fails

Chicken Marbella— probably one of my most favorite Chicken Holiday Dishes

Honey Roasted Chicken— equally delicious and a little different flavor

Old School Meatballs— yummy Sweet and Sour meatballs sure to please whole family

A Noodle Pudding from Ellen-– another delicious kugel from an old friend and great cook

Another Noodle Pudding from Marcy — this one’s excellent if you’re looking for a kosher non-dairy kugel

Noodle Pudding with Apricot Nectar— probably one of the best kugels of all time

Noodle Pudding from Julie— delicious as well

Mushroom Barley-– check out this delicious side dish — everyone loves this all year round

Kasha Varnishkes— a crowd favorite and an old school recipe — perfect comfort food

Julie’s Honey Cake— another winner from a great cook

Grandma Sally’s Mandel Bread-– also from a friend and a wonderful recip

Applesauce and Raisin Cake — sweet and delicious as your new year should be

Don’t let the Apples go Bad Cake-– simple and delicious perfect for the Jewish New Year

2 responses to “Rosh Hashana 2021

  1. You always make me want to cook again. Wishing You, Joel & your whole family a Happy New Year

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