Here is my recap of blog posts for Rosh Hashanah 2011, including recipes, menu ideas, and family friendly kid crafts to teach the meaning of the Rosh Hashanah holiday.
What are you cooking up for the holidays this year?? I’d love to hear about it! Comment and let me know.
L’Shanah Tova from TheShiksa.com! From my family to yours, wishing you a sweet, healthy, and prosperous new year.
Love and Light,
Tori @ The Shiksa in the Kitchen
This aromatic, flavorful, juicy chicken is drizzled with honey white wine sauce. A delicious option for Rosh Hashanah, or any special occasion!
Tzimmes. What is it? How do you pronounce it? And most important, how do you make it? Here’s my favorite stovetop recipe for this simple and sweet root vegetable stew!
A moist and flavorful loaf cake. Perfect for Rosh Hashanah, dairy free and so delicious.
Pomegranate Molasses Brisket – a slow roasted brisket infused with the rich flavor of pomegranate molasses, garlic, and spice.
Saffron Rice – a simple, savory side dish for Rosh Hashanah or any day. Delicious and easy to prepare, with lots of flavor. One of my favorites!
What better way to celebrate the Jewish New Year than with a sweetly symbolic beverage – Rosh Hashanah Sangria! This delightful drink is a fun way to discuss the symbolism of the holiday with your guests, because it includes many traditional Rosh Hashanah ingredients.
How to make pomegranate molasses, also known as pomegranate syrup. Use syrup as a sauce, marinade, dressing, or a sweet and tart dessert topping.
Rosh Hashanah means new fruit! Learn two simple ways to seed a pomegranate, and how to juice those seeds quickly and easily.
Teach kids the meaning behind a fun Jewish holiday tradition – with cupcakes! A terrific family project. Includes a printable graphic sheet so you can make them at home!
Learn to make a stained glass fish using wax paper, construction paper, and crayon shavings. A fun way to teach your children the symbolism of fish, and being “like the head and not the tail,” at Rosh Hashanah.
Here’s something fun to keep the kids busy while you’re finishing up those last touches on your Rosh Hashanah dinner: a coloring sheet for Rosh Hashanah! You can also make it into a necklace with a hole punch, scissors, and string or twine.