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  • The holiday of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is coming and bringing families and friends together for the solemn and homey celebration.

    Rosh Hashanah falls on the first two days of Tishrei, the first month of the Jewish civil year. In 2019 these days on the Hebrew calendar correspond with September 29, September 30, and October 1 on the Gregorian calendar. According to the Jewish tradition, the celebration will start at sunset of September 29, the Rosh Hashanah Eve, and last till nightfall of October 1.

  • This elegant pasta has only a few ingredients, but together they make an incredibly satisfying supper. The dish requires nothing more than a big green salad as accompaniment. If you want to truly gild the lily, spoon fat pearls of salmon caviar or tiny, crunchy tobiko (flying-fish roe) onto each serving. Prep and Cook Time: about 20 minutes.

  • This Rosh Hashana Chocolate Honey Cake recipe was originally found in a book "A Treasury of Jewish Holiday Baking" by Marcy Goldman, which came out in 1998.

  • Smoked Salmon Dip - everything you love about a smoked salmon bagel is all wrapped up neat and tidy in this dip. Only 10 minutes to cook!