Our Rosh Hashanah Table

Tonight begins the ten-day Jewish New Year holiday. Rosh Hashanah is a period of reflection, prayer, setting goals for the next year, paying of debts and asking for forgiveness. The holiest day, Yom Kippur, concludes the holiday - this year beginning at sunset October 7th. Of course, as with nearly every holiday the world-over, there is a whole lot of cooking involved.

We had a small gathering to celebrate the New Year.

brisket, fluffy latkes and apple cake. Oops. I forgot, or was too busy, or was drinking champagne... and there are no photos of our dinner. It was delicious. The brisket was super tender. It was a wonderful evening - made even better by the fact we have a dishwasher.Spread the love -->