Brisket is the most popular food for the Jewish High Holidays, and a sweet brisket recipe is in keeping with the Rosh Hashanah hope for a sweet year ahead.
Easy Brisket for Every Holiday by Judy Bart Kancigor
Brisket by Lora Brody
These small beans symbolize prosperity and good fortune for the year ahead. Since a single serving contains many individual peas which expand while cooking, the quantity signifies abundance.
Red Cabbage Salad With Black-Eyed Peas by Steve and Elena Kapelonis
Peas and Greens by Judith Finlayson
As Rosh Hashanah refers to the "head of the year," some Jewish households prepare an entire fish, including the head, as a symbol of abundance and fertility.
Baked Rainbow Trout With Leeks by Debra Ponzek
The Nicest Tray-Baked Lemon Sole by Jamie Oliver
Fried Fish by Poopa Dweck
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