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For many Jews, predominantly Sephardim, Rosh Hashana foods extend way beyond apples and honey. Among the numerous simanim (foods that have symbolic … more
Mazal tov to Hannah and Methuselah on their 111 miracle babies! The proud parents are date palms grown from ancient seeds uncovered in archeological excavations in Israel. These dates, recently … more
For 40 years, Rosh Hashana dinner at the Hofman house was the place to be. More than 30 or so family members and friends gathered at our long refectory table, with teens at a card table (the … more
These can easily be assembled before a gathering or dinner, simply store them in the freezer until you want to bake. Add an extra … more
I make this delicious apple crumb cake throughout the whole Minnesota apple season, it’s one of my favorite autumnal treats. Chock-full of apples, it’s super moist, fruit-forward and … more
I don’t need to remind you of all the reasons that 2020 has been an incredibly rough year. We could all use a fresh start, so it’s a good thing that Rosh Hashana is here, … more
While this suggestion may seem a bit … unorthodox … some might find that it offers a charming departure for one of the Yom Tov meals. Last year I invited about 15 friends over to our … more
Make prep and cleanup easier on yourself by cooking the main and the side on one sheet pan. Pair the main ingredients for tzimmes (root vegetables, honey, dried fruit) with chicken thighs, which cook … more
For a particularly sweet new year, try this apple and honey upside-down cake, rich and tender thanks to sour cream and oil. Any apple you have on hand will work here, but sweet-tart apples like … more
Honey cake has had a long and diverse evolution. From breadcrumbs mashed with honey came the sweet and spiced cake … more
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