Prepare a festive spread for the start of the Jewish High Holy Days with these classic Rosh Hashanah recipes.
- 2013-07-17 15:00
- 2012-03-20 14:43
Rosh Hashanah -- or the Jewish new year -- is a time for prayer, reflection, and preparation for the year ahead. Canadians celebrate Rosh Hashanah by gathering with family and friends over special meals -- and following tradition, honey often features prominently in many of these dishes. This year, prepare classic Rosh Hashanah recipes, such as challah, rugalach, and honey and apple cake, with help from our kitchen.
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