7 traditional recipes to make for Rosh Hashanah 2022 | Food-and-cooking

Rosh Hashanah, meaning “head of the year” in Hebrew, celebrates the Jewish New Year. This two-day holiday kicks off the High Holidays which culminate in Yom Kippur Oct. 4-5.

In 2022, Rosh Hashanah begins before sundown Sunday, Sept. 25, and ends after nightfall on Tuesday, Sept. 27, so it’s time to get your grocery list in order.

Every Rosh Hashanah table should be full of simanim, or symbolic foods that signify a good year to come.

Whether you’re hosting a family gathering for Rosh Hashanah or are in charge of bringing a dish, these recipes hold traditional significance and taste absolutely delicious to boot.

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