A Guide to Rosh Hashanah
Usher in the Jewish New Year with a festive meal and traditional customs steeped in delicious flavors.
Pomegranate and Beet Salad
On the second night of Rosh Hashanah, celebrate by eating a new fruit that you haven't eaten this year while saying the shehecheyanu blessing, which gives thanks for life and the new season. We suggest a pomegranate, which is said to have 613 seeds, the same number as the mitzvoth.
Recipe: Pomegranate and Beet Salad
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