Welcome to another Real Food Holidays Blog Carnival, Rosh Hashana 2011 edition.
Link up your holiday recipes, share your menu ideas, and tips. Bloggers: link up your posts using the linky tools. Non-bloggers join the conversation by leaving your ideas in the comments below.
Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New year, is one of the holiest days of the Jewish year. It is a time of prayer and introspection and like most holidays, food plays a central role in its celebration and rituals. Apples and challah are dipped in honey for a sweet year, the challah bread is baked round to symbolize continuity and completion. Foods like pomegranates, fish, leeks, beets, and dates are also used as symbolic additions to the holiday table.
Some of our best and most delicious dishes are saved for holiday celebrations, either passed down through generations or modern updates on classic favorites. Share your recipes, tips, and menu ideas for the upcoming holiday.
1. Share a post from your blog using the widget below.
(Under “Name” include your name and a description of your post)
2. Please link back to this post.
3. Leave a comment after linking.
If you don’t have a blog, please share your ideas in the comments below.
Remember to keep it real- whole foods without artificial ingredients, trans fats, or highly refined sugars.
Find more recipes from last year’s Rosh Hashanah 2010 Real Food Holidays.
Rosh Hashana Around the Web
For Rosh Hashana, Honey, You Have Options LA Times
After His Brother’s Killing, a Chef Turns to Israeli Food NY Times
Grown Up Apples and Honey for Rosh Hashanah NPR
Sweet and Sour: Persian Jewish Cuisine for the New Year Tablet Mag
Rosh Hashanah and the Art of Beekeeping The Jewish Journal
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