Sweet and fruitful Rosh Hashanah recipes, menus, inspiration, and some Jeff Goldblum.
It’s that end-of-summer/early-autumn time again! This week at the farmers market there were still peaches but already apples. I really think it’s the best time of year for produce – tomatoes AND the first winter squash! Stone fruits AND greens. And of course, Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year starts on Sunday night.
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Easy, vegan, flexible and festive – this stuffed squash recipe is perfect for Rosh HaShanah, Sukkot, and Thanksgiving. The Three Sisters – squash, beans, and corn – are delicious, celebratory, and nutritious! Continue Reading →
Cheese was made for holidays and parties! My technique for assembling a beautiful, cheesy, creamy, gooey, delicious cheese plate with apples and buckwheat honey for Rosh HaShanah, other holidays, or just for fun! Maximum wow for your effort buck! Have a fruitful, sweet, creamy, and funky new year! Continue Reading →
A Nosherium original technique, the Cheater’s Braise makes for a honey-inspired Rosh HaShanah dish – the chicken, tender, sweet, and juicy. The grapes and onions, soft and saucy. The perfect main for holidays, it is festive, simple, and easy to make in small or large batches. It works in a skillet, dutch oven, or baking pan! Delicious fresh from the oven, or cold or reheated later. Succulent, savory, sweet, and celebratory! Continue Reading →