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Compiled by Yaakov Galen, Editor-in-chief.

 

Ahhhhhhhh. The smell of cinnamon and honey is drifting through the house. The table is set beautifully with an array of gold dishes, charming flower bouquets, and covered by a crisp clean white table cloth. Everyone is adorned in their finest clothes to usher in the holy day. Rosh Hashanah is here.

Below you will find three of my favorite recipes:in the

1. Caramel Apple Cake

2. Slow Cooker Tzimmes (Vegetarian or Meat)

3. Pomegranate Glazed Rack of Lamb

 

1.

Caramel Apple Cake

Apples, cake, sweet, these are all common words in our Rosh Hashana Recipes. This Caramel Apple Cake will blow your socks off, and your guests for that matter. Make sure to bake two or three of these to last you the whole Chag.

 Click here for the recipe: Caramel Apple Cake

 

2. Slow Cooker Tzimmes

What's Rosh Hashana without Tzimmis? Now, everyone has a version that has been passed down for generations, however, I implore you to try a different recipe as well. You never know when a good Tzimmis recipe will compete with tradition.

Click here for the recipe: Slow Cooker Tzimmes

 

3. Pomegranate Glazed Rack of Lamb

Yup, you heard that right. Pomegranate glazed rack of lamb. Sounds daunting, maybe? But this is a new year and a new you. Try out this recipe in your own kitchen and prove to yourself you have what it takes to up your Rosh Hashana Recipes this year.

Click here for the recipe: Pomegranate Glazed Rack of Lamb 

 


 

 
 
Don’t get stuck in a sticky situation.
Get those sweet gifts for Rosh Hashana today!

Compiled by: Yaakov Galen, Editor-in-chief

Receiving a thoughtful gift can make all the difference, especially during auspicious times like Rosh Hashanah. Giving gifts can also feel wholesome and empowering knowing that the recipient of your gift deeply appreciates it. 

I compiled this list of gifts that I loved. Although I won't be ordering all of them, I will mention the ones I plan to choose. You can order them straight from Amazon and take care of your Rosh Hashana gifts today.

 

Honey Gifts

I think it's "dip the apple in the honey" or something like that. Correct me if I'm wrong.

 

1. Honeycomb ($20 Range)

 

Honey in its natural form, right out of the beehive! Oh and it is certified Kosher! (Certified Kosher by EarthKosher based in Colorado and on the CRC  kosher list.)

Click here to purchase: Honeycomb

 

 

2. A Delectable Honey Selection ($20 Range)

 

I used to think honey was just the generic tasting honey we tend to find in the bear containers. As I learned more about honey, I discovered an entire honey world of flavors, textures, and colors. In summary, bees make honey with the pollen they collect in nearby areas. When raw (not infused) honey has a specific flavor it is because the bees collected pollen from areas with pollen that embodies that flavor. Ex. Orange-tasting honey is most likely sourced from the pollen of orange blossoms.

This selection comes with four kinds of honey and is certified OU-P. Berry, Orange Blossoms, Wildflower, and Clover.

Click here to purchase: Bee Harmony Mini Honey Gift Set

 

3. A Gorgeous Honey Gift ($50 Range)

 

This company has been featured on Kosherye before and we love them. They have a wonderful selection of delicious honey and their bottling is perfect for gifts. Oh, and they are KSA Kosher, also recommended by the CRC.

"Coming straight from the Altamaha and Apalachicola River Basins of Georgia and Florida, Savannah Bee Tupelo Honey preserves the authenticity of its roots. It has a buttery texture while being sweetly reminiscent of nature's taste enhancers from these areas." -Savannah Bee

Click here to purchase: Tupelo Honey by Savannah Bee

 

 

 

Swag for the kids

Although they may appreciate slathering honey all over their Rosh Hashanah dinner, swag for the kids is always a winner.

 

4. Hakol Dvash (everything is honey) T-shirt  ($20 Range)

 Click here to purchase: Hakol Dvash T-shirt  

 

 

5. Shofar So Good T-shirt ($20 Range)

 Click here to purchase: Shofar so good T-shirt

 

 6. Apple. Honey. Dip. Repeat. T-shirt ($20 Range)

 Click here to purchase: Apple. Honey. Dip. Repeat. T-shirt   

 

 

Oh my goodness, yes, swag for the baby.

This one is not for the baby obviously, it's for everyone else. Dress the baby up in cute Rosh Hashanah attire to keep everyone entertained. 

 

7. My First Rosh Hashana Bib ($15 Range)

 Click here to purchase: My First Rosh Hashana Bib   

 

8. Shofar So Good Funny Baby Onesie ($15 Range)

 Click here to purchase: Shofar So Good Funny Baby Onesie 

   

 

Honey Dishes

This dish concept is a staple in many Jewish homes on Rosh Hashanah. These small practical honey dishes are a great way to show importance to the significance of the honey at our table. This selection of honey dishes is a few of my favorites that I was able to find online.

 

9. Stainless Steel and Glass Honey Dish ($20 Range)

 By Art Judaica, With the Words A Good and Sweet Year in Hebrew

 

Click here to purchase: Stainless Steel and Glass Honey Dish   

 

 

10. Glass Apple and Honey Dish ($50 Range)

 

Pomegranate Shape with Stones

Click here to purchase: Glass Apple and Honey Dish 

 

11. Aluminum Pomegranate Honey Dish ($20 Range)

 

A Rosh Hashanah Plate By Yair Emanuel

Click here to purchase: Aluminum Pomegranate Honey Dish  

 

12. Aluminum Apple Shaped Honey Dish ($50 Range)

 

Gold Honeycomb Design. Comes with a spoon.

Click here to purchase: Aluminum Apple Shaped Honey Dish 

 

 

13. Nickel-Plated Pomegranate Honey Dish ($40 Range)

 

Click here to purchase: Nickel-Plated Pomegranate Honey Dish

 

 

14. Sterling Silver Apple Honey Dish ($800 Range)

 

Made of 925 Sterling silver with bee by Nadav Art ($800 Range)

Click here to purchase: Sterling Silver Apple Honey Dish 

 

 

 

Tableware Gifts 

These kinds of gifts are often cherished and become staple pieces on your family and friend's tables. Be sure that the design would fit the ambiance of your recipient's home. These are 2 favorites I was able to find online.

 

15. Rosh Hashanah Table Runner ($80 Range)

 

This runner is embroidered with various, Simanim, Brachos, and phrases we experience on the night of Rosh Hashana. It is a linen-cotton blend and is machine washable. This runner is made here in the USA. Size: 16 x 122” ( 40 x 310cm ) 

Click here to purchase: Rosh Hashanah Table Runner

 

16. Challah Cover with Pomegranates Embroidery ($20 Range)

Challah bread cover with pomegranates design and Hebrew Brachos embroidery. Dimensions: 21 inch x 17 inch / 55 cm x 45 

 

 

Fruit and Candy Gift Baskets

Gift baskets are a classy way to tell someone you appreciate or even love them. The Oh Nuts brand has been a favorite of mine for a while, they are reasonably priced, and they are on Amazon! These are my two favorites.

 

17.  Oh! Nuts® Dried Fruit Gift Basket  ($30 Range)

 

  • From the vendor:
  • Vegan, all-natural, and no sugar added: Our nutritious dried fruit is packed with healthy vitamins, minerals, and fiber for the ultimate diet-friendly indulgence. No additives, naturally sweet, zero sugar added, dairy-free, and vegan safe. Comes in an apple-shaped basket. OK Parave

Click here to purchase: Dried Fruit Gift Basket

 

18. Oh! Nuts® Chocolate Covered Cookie Gift Basket ($30 Range)

 

From the vendor: 

This beautiful Oh! Nuts tray contains an assortment of 20 decorated sandwich cookies. The gift box is neatly divided into 20 compartments to highlight the beauty of each individual piece. Replace the traditional candy and chocolates with trendier baked goods and dessert treats. OK Parave 

Click here to purchase: Oh! Nuts® Chocolate Covered Cookie Gift Basket

 

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