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What are you making or bringing to Rosh Hashanah this year, if celebrating?

I would love to read your menus. I don't host this holiday but will be asked to bring a vegetable side dish. We're not Kosher and have family Ashkenazi Jewish, Eastern European standby's but the younger generation (like myself) are slowing introducing new dishes.

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asked 10 months ago

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GsR
GsR
added 10 months ago

Briskets, braised and bbq. Carrot kugel, black eyed peas, hatzelim, gefilte fish with an apple cake and a honey cake. For the 1st night. (And l'shannah tova u metukah! )

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sexyLAMBCHOPx
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added 10 months ago

L'Shanah Tovah U'Metukah to you as well! Your menu reads deliciously!

Nancy
Nancy

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added 10 months ago

Chops - on my list. If all don't get made, I'll bump some to following fall holidays.
Apple coriander crumble (Ian Hemphill)
https://www.amazon.com...
Savory carrot cake (Paris Baker) or roasted carrot salad (Vongerichten)
Lamb chops with curried fenugreek sauce
Honey cake (Herme pain d'epices or Marcy Goldman honey cake with whisky)
Raisin challah, round, braided (KAF)
Starchy side: pumpkin risotto (thekithchn) or Potatoes Dogana (Mario Carbone)
And a sweet & happy year to you :)

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Nancy
Nancy

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added 10 months ago

BTW, I adjust these recipes to be kosher...don't use cheese & meat in same meal, use vegetable broth or kosher chicken broth instead of regular chicken broth, etc. You may know or ask your hosts what rules they follow so you can too.

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added 10 months ago

A sweet & happy year to you as well.
Your menu is inspiring!

creamtea
creamtea

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added 10 months ago

This, always: https://food52.com/recipes.... It's so delicious, and easily portable

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creamtea

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added 10 months ago

Shanah Tovah u'metukah!

sexyLAMBCHOPx
sexyLAMBCHOPx

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added 10 months ago

i just saved this as a contender for my contribution! Thank you. L'Shanah Tovah U'Metukah

creamtea
creamtea

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added 10 months ago

I do hope you make it, Chops!

Ali Worthalter
added 10 months ago

I'm making this brisket: https://food52.com/recipes...
Challah (usually Molley Yeh's recipe)
Some sort of salad (cucumber & fennel is a mix I've been feeling lately)
Either roasted Brussels sprouts or garlic green beans https://food52.com/recipes...
And as a side either Ottolenghi's rice with orzo or couscous from Leah Koenig's book
Dessert will be my grandma's walnut cake: https://food52.com/recipes...

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Nancy
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added 10 months ago

The walnut cake sounds lovely.
Do you make it with flour for Rosh Hashanah or still use matzo meal?

Ali Worthalter
added 10 months ago

Whatever I have on hand, it's very forgiving :)

Nancy
Nancy

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added 10 months ago

Thanks, good to know.

sexyLAMBCHOPx
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added 10 months ago

Wow, sounds great. My cousin does all the baking including challah & desserts. I'm waiting for feedback on what 2 side dishes to bring. It's certainly a family affair with us. L'Shanah Tovah U'Metukah