Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year and the first of the religion's High Holy Days in autumn. With festivities continuing until sundown on Friday, it is a time to pause and absorb the simple pleasures of feasting and family. Slowly braised dishes embrace the meditative nature of the holiday, while crisp fall apples dipped in honey conjure the sweetness of the year to come. From rye bread pudding to challah knots, here are our best Rosh Hashanah recipes.
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