Unique Rosh Hashanah Foods

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Unique Rosh Hashanah Foods

Unique Rosh Hashanah Foods

There's an old joke that we can summarize every Jewish holiday by saying "They tried to kill us. We survived. Let's eat." And, there is truth in the importance Judaism places on the connection of food and holidays. On Rosh Hashanah, it is widely known that apples and honey are popular foods to eat because they symbolize our desire to have a sweet New Year. Similarly, many Jews eat round

challah

on Rosh Hashanah to represent life and continuity. However, in addition to these traditional items, there are other, more obscure, foods that can bring meaning and good taste to your holiday.

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to learn about the unusual delicacies some people find on their Rosh Hashanah tables and decide if you wish to add them to yours!



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Meredith Jacobs is founder of modernjewishmom.com and author of "The Modern Jewish Mom's Guide to Shabbat."

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