Many have a custom to eat carrots on Rosh Hashanah, and I imagined a very elegant dish where I could use those pretty carrots that have a little bit of the vine still attached. So, after perfecting this recipe using regular carrots, I went on a search for the carrots I would feature in my photo. After eight stops in multiple supermarkets, I admitted defeat. There were no carrots on the vine in the entire town of Lakewood. But the recipe was too good to bypass because of a little vine. So, baby carrots it’ll be.
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