Rosh Hashanah Recipes on New Day Northwest

Me and host Margaret Larson on New Day Northwest

Yesterday, I shared some of my favorite Rosh Hashanah recipe ideas in Seattle on KING 5′s New Day Northwest with host Margaret Larson. You can watch the video clip by clicking the play button below.

YouTube Preview Image

The recipes and craft I discussed on air are linked up here:

Pomegranate Molasses

Pomegranate Glazed Salmon

Rosh Hashanah Napkin Rings

Honey Apple Cupcakes

Rosh Hashanah Sangria

Check out the New Day Northwest website here, follow their Facebook here, and Tweet them here.

Like 67 Retweet 5 Google +1 0

Share on Facebook Grab the Feed Stumble it Share With a Friend

Category: Off the Menu, Slide Show

Comments (5)Post a Comment

  1. Fun! I knew you would have some excellent recipes for Rosh Hashanah, but little did I know you would be sharing them on my own hometown’s morning show. Are you still in Seattle?

    • Tori Avey says:

      Hi Venessa! No, unfortunately it was a quick trip for the appearance. Had time for lunch with my aunt, and that’s about it! I would really like to come back though, Seattle is so lovely this time of year and there are some terrific restaurants. I’m also tempted to hop on an Alaskan cruise, I’ve never been up to Alaska and it’s such a beautiful part of our country…

  2. BEV says:

    i just want to copy recipes ONLY but they don’t show up on computer . i don’t want to print them now?????

    • Tori Avey says:

      Hi Bev, click on the name of each recipe above (in red), and it will take you to the post containing that recipe. Scroll down till you see the light green recipe card, and press the
      “Print Recipe” button. Let me know if you have anymore trouble.

  3. donna says:

    I know this wasn’t a Holiday recipe but I tried your Chicken shawarma, it was so delicious, who knew a South Side Irish girl from Chicago could make something so wonderful. Thank you for making things so simple. My kid can’t wait for me to make it again!

Leave a Comment

Please read through the recipe introduction and comments section before asking a question, as it may have already been answered. First time commenting? Read the comment policy.