The classic! Eating apples dipped in honey on Rosh Hashanah is the traditional way Jewish people toast a sweet New Year — and the best thing ever for Jewish kids with sweet tooths. Making the honey cups out of apples is and adorable idea courtesy of everyone’s favorite shiksa Martha Stewart. Get directions here.
Another Rosh Hashanah tradition is to eat a “new fruit” — something that is just coming into season that you haven’t had yet, often a pomegranate.
SO now we’ve discussed my favorite Rosh Hashanah ingredients — here are lots of delicious ways to consume them. Not all of these recipes will work for every Jewish person, depending on the level of kosher law he or she observes. L’Shana tova!
12. Fontina, Walnut, Apple & Honey Grilled Cheese Sandwich
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