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    Recipes for Rosh Hashanah

    Sun Sep 04, 2011 9:50 am Groupie
    Oy vei! I am stuck on new recipes to make for the holiday, and I really want it to be special. I was wondering if anyone else have any good ideas!
    Chef #200870
    Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:23 pm
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    Chala with raisins

    Noodle Kugel

    Mon Sep 12, 2011 2:15 am
    Forum Host
    I just posted a ton of honey recipes on my blog, some from Zaar, some not. You can find them here: Honey Honey.
    Tue Sep 13, 2011 12:52 pm Groupie
    Thank you, both. Mirj, I may just try th potatoes, they look fabulous!
    Wed Sep 14, 2011 7:12 pm Groupie
    I was just sitting here trying to figure out a menu for Shabbos Yom Tov. Since we will be in Shul part of the day, I want to make food that I can start in the morning and leave until we get home. So far have decided on lox canapes, crock pot onion soup for starters. That should hold everyone until we are ready to make Shabbos. Then baked honey chicken, saffron rice, corn kugel and beet salad. Still working on more sides and if I want to make sweet challah or some other flavor.
    Thu Sep 15, 2011 4:35 am
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    My Rosh Hashana blog post with a recipe for Beef Tzimmes with Butternut Squash:

    Like Taking to a Wall

    It's a good make-ahead dish. I'm actually going to make this tomorrow and freeze it, and then just yank it out of the freezer on Erev RH to defrost and heat on the plata.
    Thu Sep 15, 2011 11:14 am Groupie
    That is the hard part, making food that can sit on the hot plate all day. Need to undercook or put them on the hot plate frozen. Think that would work?
    Fri Aug 30, 2013 6:11 pm
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    What is everybody making this year? icon_smile.gif
    Fri Aug 30, 2013 7:59 pm Groupie
    Wed. night. - gefilte fish with horseradish sauce, broccoli soup (already made&frozen)
    Pomegranate french roast, mashed sweet potatoes
    Honey cake for dessert.

    Thurs. will just be my husband and I so I am counting on left overs and green salad.
    Then we jump right into Shabbos - chicken soup, (made&frozen) spinach noodle kugel (made&frozen) Chicken with apples, spaghetti squash, relishes
    Wed Sep 11, 2013 5:36 pm Groupie
    [quote="Chef #200870"]Chala with raisins
    Noodle Kugel


    what is this???? never heard of it.

    didn't my grandma make a sweet and sour brisket??? I vaguely recall prunes and apricots.
    Wed Sep 11, 2013 5:56 pm
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    Amberngriffinco wrote:
    [quote="Chef #200870"]Chala with raisins
    Noodle Kugel


    what is this???? never heard of it.

    didn't my grandma make a sweet and sour brisket??? I vaguely recall prunes and apricots.[/quote]

    Amber, this one is just looking for its first review: Brisket With Dried Apricots, Prunes & Aromatic Spices I suspect the chala with raisins is challah, but I could be wrong. There are loads of kugel recipes in the db.
    Wed Sep 11, 2013 8:36 pm Groupie
    Challah is the traditional eggy bread Jews use for festive occasions; for the High Holidays, raisins are traditionally added (for a sweet year), and the loaves are made round to represent the cycle of the year, instead of braided as they normally are for Shabbat.
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