Thursday, September 5, 2013

Best Rosh Hashannah Dishes in Brooklyn

Posted By on Thu, Sep 5, 2013 at 10:00 AM

If your idea of celebratory Jewish fare runs to quivery lozenges of gefilte fish and tasteless, dry sleeves of matzoh, well, you’re only partly right. Because when it comes to popular customs, the foods associated with Rosh Hashanah are actually pretty appealing—like apples dipped in honey, which symbolize the hope for a sweet New Year. And while not necessarily strictly Kosher, these restaurant dishes still manage to deliciously encapsulate some of our favorite flavors of the holiday… from the fried lozenges of honey-coated eggplant at La Vara to the sake-infused challah at Shalom Japan.

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