This salad is pretty enough for the Rosh Hashanah table, but you can enjoy it for as long as pomegranates are in season or whenever you can find the separate packages in the refrigerated section of the produce department.
Celebrate the new year with traditional Rosh Hashanah foods -- beets, fish heads, pomegranates, carrots, leeks, dates, and, of course, apple cake -- or show off your alternative side with something more New Age and fusion-y.
This moist cake includes two symbolic Rosh Hashanah foods: honey and dates. We eat honey in hopes of a sweet new year, and dates are part of the Sephardic Rosh Hashanah Seder. The Hebrew word for date is tamar, which is related to the word tam (to end). Eating the dates, we ask God to...
Religion: This is apples and honey, one of the major foods during Rosh Hashanah. Rosh Hashanah is one of the most major holidays, meaning “head of year.” It’s the only Jewish holiday that is observed for two days by all jews on a new moon.