Today’s Meatless Monday falls smack in the middle of Rosh Hashanah, which runs from September 16th to September 18th this year. Symbolic foods typically include fish, cakes and apples–so the holiday isn’t wholly impossible for vegetarians. But desserts and side dishes do not a satisfying meal make, so we found some Rosh Hashana vegetarian entrees that don’t involve gefilte fish or meat, so that everyone can feel full by the end of your holiday celebrations. More
Topic: Rosh Hashanah
This Wednesday night is Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. It’s traditional to eat apples dipped in honey as a way to symbolize the sweetness of the year to come. Jewish or not, you can partake in some of these sweet apple and honey-themed recipes, many of which incorporate some of autumn’s best seasonal foods.