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Tishrei Arugula and Fig Salad by Vanessa Haberman |@platesandpetals

By Kosher Guru / September 16, 2019

  This “Tishrei Arugula and Fig Salad” is perfect for Rosh Hashana meals and is packed with delicious flavor from every different angle: peppery arugula, sweet and juicy figs, salty and deep lamb “bacon” and earthy toasted pine nuts. A drizzle of tahini followed by savory harissa dressing make it a show stopper!!   Vanessa […]

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Apple Loaf Cake by Sara Goldstein |@tomatoes_tomahtos

By Kosher Guru / September 16, 2019

  This simple apple loaf cake is the perfect way to welcome fall. Enjoy it fresh out of the oven with a steaming cup of coffee. I know it’ll make you as happy as it makes me! Sara is a certified chef who trained in classic French and Middle Eastern cuisine at the Jerusalem Culinary […]

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Pomegranate Fruit Punch by Sandy Leibowitz |@plantainsandchallah

By Kosher Guru / September 16, 2019

  Pomegranates are very significant in Judaism. Specifically, with the Jewish new year, Rosh Hashana – it is traditional to consume because of their numerous seeds symbolizing fruitfulness for the year ahead. It is also said to have 613 seeds, which is the number of “mitzvot” or moral deeds/commandments a Jew must perform. Not only […]

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Best Aromatic Rosh Hashana Chicken by Dr.Rachael Schindler |@drrachaelschindler

By Kosher Guru / September 16, 2019

  This chicken dish is sure to delight and tantalize your taste buds and be a great Rosh Hashanah favorite! Rachael E. Schindler, PhD. is a triple degree psychologist, founder of ”TheFiveTownsDiet” meals home delivery(www.litenlow.com/dietdelivery/), In-house nutritional counselor at Life Gym, Lawrence NY, noted lecturer and author, certified pediatric and adult nutrition counselor, certified personal […]

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Crisp Autumn Salad Loaded with Symbolism by Liz Rueven |@kosherlikeme

By Kosher Guru / September 16, 2019

  In planning your Rosh HaShanah menu, consider it a fun challenge to incorporate symbolic foods associated with good omens. While the Talmud mentions five (gourds, fenugreek, leeks, beet greens or chard and dates) Ashkenazim eat apples dipped in honey, seeds of all kinds and pomegranate arils. Sephardim may incorporate leeks and quince while Italians […]

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Honey Apple Roses by Devorah Kahan | @d.e.v.inefoods

By Kosher Guru / September 16, 2019

  Whenever I eat food that is soo good, it makes me happy. Whenever I see food that looks so appealing, and too-pretty-too-eat, it makes me appreciate the work that went into it. These beautiful Honey Apple Roses are delicious, and make the perfect dessert for Rosh Hashana! Your family and friends will be super […]

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