Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year and the first of the religion's autumnal High Holy Days. It's a time to pause and absorb the simple pleasures of family, and, of course, to feast. Slowly braised dishes embrace the meditative nature of the holiday, while crisp fall apples in a variety of desserts and sides conjure the sweetness of the year to come. You'll also find lots of fish, which serves as a symbol of blessings to come. And there's always plenty of challah on the table. Scroll down for more of our favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes.