The Meal Plan: Rosh Hashanah
A sweet menu for a happy Jewish new year
Rosh Hashanah is a time to welcome in the New Year with family, friends and, of course, food. Dishes served on Rosh Hashanah are traditionally sweet, spiked with apples, pomegranates and honey — to signify a pleasant year ahead. But also, plenty of homestyle Jewish favorites make an appearance too. Here are a few of our favorite recipes, all dressed up for the holiday, which starts tomorrow (Wednesday) at sundown.
- Pomegranate Brisket
- Roasted Veal Chops With Artichokes
- Duck Breasts with Apples and Caraway
- And here's what to do with a whole fish, the traditional centerpiece.
- Grilled Vegetable Salad with Brown Butter Vinaigrette
- Falafel-Stuffed Eggplant
- Radish and Citrus Salad with Candied Shallots
- Braised Fennel Wedges with Saffron and Tomato
- Raspberry-Poached Apples with White Chocolate and Fennel Cream
- Pistachio Almond Cake with Citrus Salad
And to drink