Rosh Hashanah, or the Jewish New Year, begins in one week which still leaves you plenty of time to prepare your menu with a little help from the Family Kitchen! The holiday extends for ten days, the High Holy Days, and thats ten days of celebrating rich traditions and feasting with family and friends. The focus is on the new year and the hope for a sweet year to come, so what better way to ring it in than with sweet dishes? It ends with Yom Kippur, the day of atonement and fasting, so make sure to take advantage of all these wonderful dishes while you can. Plus many of these recipes have been passed down from generation to generation, which is sure to make your festivities that much more special. Check out these delicious traditional dishes, after the jump!
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