Tuesday, September 11, 2007

ROSH HASHANAH 2007 - FOOD IDEAS

Here is a post that might be helpful for those of you who celebrate Rosh Hashanah (see infos), the Jewish New Year (starts on Thursday the 13th September), and are clueless about what to eat during this festive period. It might also interest all the foodies who want to broaden their culinary horizons and discover new dishes.

The following recipes as well as the links I've added (see last year's post) could be very useful....

My recipes:
. Apple Latkes (see recipe and infos), although they are generally eaten for Hanukkah
. Baba Ganoush (see recipe and infos)
. Bagels (see recipe and infos)
. Challah (see recipe and infos)
. Chopped Liver (see recipe and infos)
. Lemon Honey Cookies (see recipe and infos)
. Noodle Kugel (see recipe and infos), add apples and sprinkle with honey if you want
. Pumpkin Apple Bread (see recipe and infos), replace the sugar by honey
. Quick No-Fat Apple Cake (see recipes and infos) served with honey
. Rhubarb Upside-Down Pudding (see recipe and infos), replace the rhubarb by apple slices
. Stir-Fried Matzah Balls With Bell Peppers (see recipe and infos)

. Zimtsterne (see recipe and infos)

Great food blogs and links:
. Baroness Trapuzina (see blog)
. Cooking With Yiddishe Mama (see blog)
. Gluten-Free Bay (see blog)
. Is That My Buréka? (see blog)
. My Mom's Recipes And More (see blog)

. Once Upon A Feast (see blog)
. The Jew & The Carrot (see blog)

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

. Epicurious (see link)
. Holidays.net (see link)

. Jewish Recipes (see link)
. Jewishfood (see link)
. My Recipes (see link)

. Recipezaar (see link)

~ Noodle Kugel ~

Happy holidays!
May you have a festive and pleasant Rosh Hashanah!
And for those of you who are muslim, Ramadan Karim!!!

27 comments:

  1. La dernière phot avec les alvéoles me fait craquer, totalement.

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  2. oooh merci pour toutes ces infos, liens et recettes ! Bizzz

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  3. je vais aller voir ces liens , merci pources renseignements

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  4. Je peux pas rester, trop de liens à explorer...

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  5. Merci pour toutes ces recettes et j'aime beaucoup la photo du miel!

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  6. Merci Rosa pour tous ces liens interressants.Et bonne fete si tu ...la fetes

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  7. Une mine d'infos ton billet aujourd'hui
    Bonne fête à toi et toutes les personnes concernées, que ce jour soit un jour de Paix !

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  8. Thanks for the link - Your recipes look great!

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  9. moi aussi j'aime beaucoup la dernière photo
    Un de mes amis sera intéressé par ces recettes.

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  10. rosa ,
    Thank you So much ! :-)

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  11. vive la diversité du monde, cela permet de faire la fête plus souvent!!
    et puis le noodle kugel est fait pour une pasta addict ,
    et puis les latkes , je craque aussi,
    j'ai un estomac oecumenique probablement!

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  12. For I have worked a long time for Jewish patrons, I know a great deal about the amazing food they prepare; obviously not making it, but eating it!!! LOL...
    I would often be invited to family celebrations and that's how I discovered they prepare some of the best food on earth!
    Sorry me, some dishes I used to eat with them, I can't recall the name of... but I do recall the traditional apple dunked in honey for Rosh Hashanah!
    Thank you for having me reminisce of great smells and tastes. Wow.
    L'shanah Tovah! ...Shalom!

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  13. You are such a thoughtful blogger, Rosa.

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  14. thanks rosa ;) hope you're going to make some round challot, too, this week!

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  15. MAMINA: Merci ;-P!

    FLO: De rien! Bises...

    MOUNET: Bien du plaisir, alors!

    EGLANTINE: ;-P!!!

    CHRIS: Merci!

    LILI63: De rien... Merci (bien que je la suive seulement d'un point de vue culinaire)!

    BRIGITTEGUYANE: Merci! Oui, bonne fête à tous ceux qui sont concernés...

    BYTHEBAY: Thanks for your visit and kind comment!

    MICHETTE: Merci! J'espère qu'elles lui plairont..

    CHANIT: You are welcome, Chanit :-D!

    MAMAPASTA: Tu as raison! La diversité est enrichissante. Je suis comme toi addict de cette nourriture ;-P...

    VIBI: Wow, you were lucky! How great to be invited and to discover new dishes! Very interesting indeed. You are welcome, Vibi! L'Shanah Tovah to you too! And shalom...

    CYNTHIA: Thanks for your kind compliment, Cythia :-D!

    BUREKABOY: You're welcome, Burekaboy :-D! On Friday, I am going to bake some round challahs...

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  16. Ca c'est des photos !!!

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  17. La photo des alvéoles avec le miel est magnifique !
    J'en ai trouvé cet été sur le marché de Pessac, c'est un régal :o)

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  18. Bonne nouvelle année, bonne fête alors... je vais aller fureter sur les blogs que tu indiques, comme tu dis, ça va m'ouvrir des horizons !
    Bises

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  19. bonjour c'est trés beau ce que tu cuisine continu..

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  20. PAPRIKAS: Merci :-D!!!!!

    SYLVIE: Merci beaucoup! Oui, le miel on rayon, c'est un produit si merveilleux qu'on en mangerait des tonnes!

    NATALIA: Merci (bien que j'écris ce billet en tant que foodie...)! Bonne balade!

    FATIMA: Merci pour ce gentil message, Fatima :-D! Ca me fait très plaisir d'entendre ça...

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  21. Voilà en tout cas une très jolie manière de fêter ce jour ! en plus je me rends compte que j'avai loupé certaines recettes alors je reste pour les explorer toutes !

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  22. Those are foods for the gods.

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  23. Thanks for the links! Totalement fan de toutes ces recettes... Pour faire original, la photo... a good job!

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  24. That's all fine. What, however, do you think about Obadiah Shoher's criticism pf Rosh Hashanah as aholiday that has nothing to do with New Year? Here, for example http://samsonblinded.org/blog/petty-paganism.htm

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  25. STEAMYKITCHEN: Thanks for your visit and kind comment!

    IGOR: Thanks for passing by! Yes, you are right...

    $HA: Merci beaucoup! Contente de te faire découvrir des recettes et liens...

    NIKOL: Thanks for passing by...

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  26. lots of comments ! Very nice to the replys

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