Shana Tovah ~ Round-Up of Recipes, Simanim Cards, Menu Plans & More

The challot are baked. The silver is polished. The soup is simmering. I’ve been listening to Yishai Ribo’s Seder HaAvoda on a loop to give me a little inspiration since my “avoda” this week has definitely been in the kitchen.

I’ve still got a few things to do before we sit down with our family tomorrow evening, but I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to wish you a happy and healthy new year, filled with brachot for you and yours.

If you’re looking for some of the many Rosh Hashana resources I’ve shared over the years, here’s a quick rundown for you:

Rosh Hashana Simanim

Download your Simanim cards (I love this little card so much that I made it a free gift for you, too!)

How to Braid a Round Challah- It’s super easy, I promise!

Rosh Hashana Honey Cookies

My 2023 Rosh Hashana Menu Plan (Including these tried-and-true honey cookies!)

Perfect for your fridge: this pretty Rosh Hashana menu planner

Rosh Hashana Dessert Recipes

Rosh Hashana Dessert Recipes


Apple-Stuffed Challah Recipe (I used this recipe, but braided with the technique up above to make these!) I promise, it’s easy – but if you want an even easier method, try this —> Crazy Easy Apple-Stuffed Challah

Rosh Hashana Simanim Tapas Menu

Rosh Hashana Simanim Tapas-Style Menu – This is so much fun!

Delicious Rosh Hashana Side Dishes

Delicious Rosh Hashana Side Dish Recipes

36 Apple Recipes for Rosh Hashana Collage

36 Apple Recipes for Rosh Hashana from (Apple Parsnip) Soup to (Apple Cake) Dessert


How to Host a Honey Tasting on Rosh Hashana


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

How to De-Seed a Pomegranate — This is a MUST if you plan on de-seeding a pomegranate tomorrow.

And if you have young (or young-at-heart) children hankering for something to do tomorrow, print out some of these cute Free Rosh Hashana Coloring Pages.

Finally, here are all my Rosh Hashana Menu Plan posts from year’s past!

Hope your cooking and preparations (culinarily, spiritually and otherwise!) are going well!


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