Shana Tova, Friends!

Simanim GuideShana Tovah, my friend!

I want to take a moment before yomtov begins here in Israel to wish you a Shana Tovah.

I can’t remember ever having all four meals of Rosh Hashana without a single guest. It will no doubt be a very different yom tov (and year!), but I hope that I — and we all — can still find meaning in it despite the strangeness.

I pray that this year brings good health, peace, prosperity and purpose to us all! And perhaps most importantly, I pray that we can stay sane and keep smiling through all the challenges.

If you are looking for one of the many KOAB Rosh Hashana posts from year’s past, here is a quick round-up.

Download Your Free Rosh Hashana Simanim Guide (pictured above)

An Easy Way to Braid a Round Challah

Apple-Stuffed Challah Recipe

Even Easier Apple-Stuffed Challah

Rosh Hashana Simanim Tapas-Style Menu

Delicious Rosh Hashana Side Dish Recipes

36 Apple Recipes for Rosh Hashana from Soup to Dessert

How to Host a Honey Tasting on Rosh Hashana

Previous Rosh Hashana Menu Plans and more

Rosh Hashana Honey Mustard Salmon **Be sure to read the comments for tons of amazing recipes shared and submitted by KOAB readers!**

How to Seed a Pomegranate (one of the most useful things you’ll find on this blog!)

And finally, if you have young children hankering for something to do, print out these cute Free Rosh Hashana Coloring Pages.

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