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Allrecipes Marks Rosh Hashanah with New Jewish Recipe Collections 
Sep. 18, 2009 5:18 pm 
Updated: Sep. 23, 2009 1:05 am
Who doesn’t connect holidays with food? Everyone! Allrecipes is getting ready for the upcoming fall-winter holidays when some of our favorite traditional dishes are prepared by home cooks just like you to be enjoyed by their families. From this weekend’s Rosh Hashanah high holy days and Yom Kippur with their rich heritage of Jewish dishes, to Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah, all the way through New Year’s Eve, make the world’s #1 food site your go-to resource for holiday recipes and meal ideas.
When Rosh Hashanah starts at sundown today, look for two new Allrecipes collections of favorite Jewish recipes:
  • Jewish Recipes – Featuring nearly 150 recipes that are traditional Jewish favorites, or twists on traditional dishes.
  • Kosher Recipes – Featuring more than 900 recipes that adapt to an everyday Kosher diet for families who follow Kosher.  
Even if you aren’t Jewish, there are delicious dishes to try. Food has long been a bridge between cultures, and the high holidays are no exception. Check out the wonderful recipes for Challah, a golden-colored, braided egg bread made with or without a bread machine. Or bake a traditional Apple-Honey Bundt Cake or Honey-Baked Apples. The combination of apples and honey is an age-old Jewish tradition celebrating the fruits of labor and the sweetness of the future.
Are you celebrating this weekend? What is your family’s favorite Rosh Hashanah dish? Or have you discovered a Jewish dish that’s become one of your tried and true recipes?
Sep. 19, 2009 6:10 am
i wanted to thank ya again for repairing the search feature on recipe search! i'm not jewish, but i love the food. thanks for including ALL holidays here.
Sep. 23, 2009 1:05 am
I was born and raised in El-Paso Texas, where (back-then) we would get a Mexican pastry that they used sauteed apples and peaches...if you took a 12 inch by 3 inch dough laid out...fold the fill the left side with -A- fold that over to center after a forking to lock, repeat on the right mirroring the left, bring the two side together and fork lock again....can anyone tell me what these are called? my meatloaf tip of the day: instead of using breadcrumbs, grind up cherreo's to equal what your recipe calls for breadcrumbs, never had such a clean pan after serving.
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