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How Jews Around The World Break The Yom Kippur Fast
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Why Do We Eat Pomegranates On Rosh Hashanah?

Plus 8 pomegranate-themed recipes to try this Rosh Hashanah.

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Fall Pumpkin Soup

Ramada hotel's famous pumpkin soup makes for a hearty starter.

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Your Rosh Hashana Menu

Recipe + wine roundup for the new year!

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Make A Hot Mess In Your Kitchen With This New Cookbook

Meet the millennial duo behind, ‘Hot Mess Kitchen,’ a hilarious new cookbook for wannabe-chefs.

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Wines And Spirits On Our Radar This Holiday Season

So much booze…so little time.

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Chardonnay: Apples And Honey In A Wine

And 5 bottles under $50 we recommend. 

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11 Wines To Try This Rosh Hashanah

Reds and whites for your holiday table. 

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Apple Pie Kugel

Classic apple kugel that tastes almost like a perfect autumn pie.

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Meet Shannon Sarna, ‘Modern Jewish Baker’

Cookbook author, blogger serves up new twists on old favorites

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Quinoa Salad With Dates, Figs, Pomegranate Seeds

Filling enough to act as a side, this refreshing salad uses the Rosh Hashanah fruits.

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Jewish Woman Sues Denny’s For Serving Bacon In Her Vegetarian Omelet
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Manhattan’s Only Vineyard Is Run By This 89-Year-Old Iraqi Jew
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This Chef Wants To Make Vegan Cooking The ‘New Kosher’
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How New Jersey Became The Go-To Place For Sephardi Foods

Keepers of the kibbe: Norwood Avenue in Deal is the go-to place for traditional Sephardi foods like mazzas, sambusak and lachmagine.

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The Vegetarian 'Brisket' That Tastes Surprisingly Like Meat

A satisfying vegetarian entree for holidays, picnics and Shabbat dinner.

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Want To Preserve Your Grandma’s Recipes? The Jewish Food Society Is Here To Help
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Harissa Bloody Mary

Add some Middle Eastern spice to Sunday morning cocktails.

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Pan Roasted Chicken With Rice-Fruit Stuffing

A one-pan wonder for Rosh Hashanah.

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Pot Roast
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Pomegranate And Honey Glazed Chicken

Pomegranates, or rimonim in Hebrew, are one of the most recognizable and highly symbolic fruits in Jewish culture.

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This Michelin Star Pastry Chef Started Her Own Knish Company
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ABCM (Anything But Cabernet, Chardonnay, and Merlot)