In Hebrew, Rosh Hashanah means “start of the year.” According to the complex Jewish calendar, this is the Jewish New Year, often celebrated in September, during or around the new moon closest to the autumnal equinox. This is a two-day celebration, in which the highlight is the blowing of a shofar horn in community.
Synagogue services, special reciting and symbolic foods give Rosh Hashanah a unique feel. Apples dipped in honey, dates, pomegranates, pumpkin pastries, challah bread, fritters and many other goodies make the table at Rosh Hashanah visually attractive and delicious. Whole grilled fish is a typical main dish at Rosh Hashanah — it symbolizes moving forward and achieving your goals in the year to come!
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