Friday, September 22, 2006

ROSH HASHANAH FOOD IDEAS

For those of you who celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and are clueless about what to eat during this festive period, I thought that you might be interested in the following recipes as well as the useful links I've added...

~ An unbaked "Challah". ~
My recipes:
. Challah (see recipe and infos)
. Bagels (see recipe and infos)
. Baba Ganoush (see recipe and infos)
. Rhubarb Upside-Down Pudding (see recipe and infos)

. Zimtsterne (see recipe and infos)
. Pumpkin Apple Bread (see recipe and infos), replace the sugar by honey
. Quick No-Fat Apple Cake (see recipes and infos) served with honey
. Apple Latkes (see recipe and infos), although they are generally eaten for Hanukkah

Useful Links:
. Epicurious (see link)

. Cyber Kitchen (see link)
. All Recipes (see link)

. Kosher Food (see link)
. Recipezaar (see link)
. Holidays.net (see link)
. Jewish Food (see link)

Happy New Year! May you have fun in the kitchen as well as at the table with your family and friends!...

(Challah -Pic by www.washingtonpost.com)
(Rosh Hashanah -Pic by www.mtsinai.on.ca)
(Rosh Hashanah -Pic by www.thetoymaker.com)

10 comments:

  1. Meme pour ceux qui ne celebrent pas Rosa, ces gouts differents sont toujours interessants. Bon nouvel an!

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  2. joyeux nouvel an et merci pour toutes ces recettes allechantes

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  3. GRACIANNE: En fait, je suis comme toi. Je m'intéresse aux traditions des autres et essaie d'ouvrir mon horizon. C'est pourquoi j'ai publié ce post car j'ai découvert une culture culinaire (juive) que j'adore...

    VERONICA: En fait, je ne suis pas de confession juive, mais merci quand même!!! Ca me fait plaisir de faire découvrir de nouvelles traditions culinaires!...

    COLETTE: Merci! Bon weekend et bisous...

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  4. Hi,

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  5. This looks great and thanks for the tips! I wish I had time to prepare something. Next time!

    Happy New Year to all celebrating!

    Paz

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  6. L'shana tovah! Your challah looks amazing and I'm definitely going to give your pumpkin-apple bread a go. Sounds delicious. :)


    Baking and Books

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  7. PAZ: I'm happy that you've enjoyed this post, Paz! A Happy New Year to you!

    ANONYMOUS:Thanks for visiting my blog and for the kind comment! L'shana Tovah to you! I really recommend you to try this apple pumpkin bread as it's absolutely fabulous...

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