Dessert meets the cheese plate when you drizzle grilled apples and flavorful cheese with honey and toasted pecans for a quick and healthy finish to any meal for two. Here's a good chance to try some exotic honeys.
Rosh Hashanah is upon us. The Jewish faith will celebrate its New Year, which is a time of reflection and faith. And, of course, it's accompanied by some amazing food.
Rosh Hashanah begins by dipping apple into honey to symbolize a sweet new year, and the circular challahs represent the unending cycle of life. A traditional Rosh Hashanah dinner features any of the following: loaves of bread, apples, honey, nuts, black-eyed peas, fish, soup, beets, brisket, chicken and cake among other things.
So whether you're hosting your own Rosh Hashanah festival dinner or just looking for some great new recipes, we have prepared the perfect Rosh Hashanah menu with all of the tasty essentials.
Check out the slideshow above to discover how to create the ideal Rosh Hashanah menu.