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Jewish traditional cuisine

Shabbat

Rosh HaShanah Recipes: On the Jewish New Year, sweet foods are eaten, symbolizing hope for a sweet coming year What is Rosh HaShanah?

  • Round honey Challah
  • Tzimmes and other dishes including carrots, a symbol of prosperity
  • Teiglach
  • Honey cake
  • Apples and honey
  • Fish, particularly the heads
  • Pomegranates
  • Tagine

Before the start of Yom Kippur: Yom Kippur is a a fast day

After Yom Kippur: Break the Fast

  • Honey cake

Sukkot: What is Sukkot?

  • Boiled Tongue
  • Chicken or Beef Couscous
  • Holishkes

Simchat Torah

Tu B'Shvat

Hanukkah: It is customary to eat the following foods to celebrate Hannukkah.

  • Latke
  • Sufganiyot
  • Cheesecake or other dairy foods

Purim

  • Homentashn
  • Kreplach
  • Berkouks[6]
  • Fazuelos

Passover : It is forbidden to eat chametz (leavened foodstuffs, such as yeast breads) during the holiday of Passover

  • Matzo
  • Matzo balls
  • Matzah brei
  • Matzo Farfel
  • Compote, stewed dried fruits, typically including prunes as an aid to digesting matzo
  • Spongecake
  • Lamb
  • Mufleta, immediately following Passover
  • Passover Seder Plate
  • Maror (Marror, Moror, Morror), bitter herbs - may be horseradish.
  • Beitzah - hard-boiled or roasted egg.
  • Karpas - usually celery, parsley, or lettuce.
  • Salt water
  • Z'roa - shankbone of a lamb.
  • Charoset
  • Chazeret

Lag B'Omer Recipes

Shavuot

  • Blintz
  • Cheesecake
  • Dairy foods in general
  • Matza dipped in milk

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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