Rosh Hashanah begins this evening, and with beach weekends and back-to-school sales, you've got your plates full. We want to help you welcome 5774 and autumn with a variety of recipes, whether you're setting a traditional or modern table, are Ashkenazi or Sephardi, serving dairy or meat, or just want to eat great food.
We wish you a sweet start to the New Year, however you're celebrating.
Arugula, pear, and goat cheese salad with pomegranate vinaigrette by brigidc (Omit the cheese for a non-dairy option.)
Butternut squash and cider soup: 1993 by Amanda Hesser (Substitute vegetable broth for chicken broth for a vegetarian version. Replace the light sour cream with full-fat soy, almond, rice or coconut milk for a non-dairy version.)
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