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Simanim. What was once a very basic part of the Rosh Hashanah meal where people would serve them as-is has definitely taken on a new meaning in some households.  Many people have started incorporating simanim into their holiday dishes. 

 

This year, we really wanted to highlight how to make the Simanim shine at your table and how they can be used in so many ways throughout the Rosh Hashanah meal. 

 

We've reached out to some of our favorite bloggers to share with us how they Serve Their Simanim on Rosh Hashanah. Trust us, these recipes will not disappoint. 

 

Shana Tova!

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Wednesday
September 7
Honey Balsamic Roasted Veggie Salad Chana Netkin
@Thecookingartist_
Thursday
September 8
Apple Honey Babka Rob Finkelstein
@Cinnamonshtick
Sunday
September 11
Honey Roasted Chickpeas Batsheva Gewirtz
@not_just_batter
Monday
September 12
Stuffed Delicata Squash Jeff Mosczyc
@foodkidsandsleep
Tuesday
September 13
Syrian-Style Black-Eyed Peas with Meat (Lubia) Sophia Hassoun
@syrian_in_israel
Thursday
September 15
Date and Pomegranate Cake Hélène Jawhara Piñer
@helenejawharapiner
Motzaei Shabbat
September 17
Date Pops Tali Chobara
@behindthesnack
Monday
September 19

Apple Ceviche

Sophia Azulay
@summertruffles

Monday
September 19
Glazed Pomegranate Silan Carrots

 

Sabrina Gornish
@sweethtoothstl

Tuesday
September 20
Grilled Leeks with Dijon Dressing, Minced Meat, and Pine Nut "Croutons" Guila Sandroussy
@tastyandhasty
Tuesday
September 20
Roasted Stuffed Bronzini Tuli and Mindy Feferkorn
@kosherelevated

Wednesday
September 21
Herby Carrot Date Slaw Esther Susterman
@the_petite_chef
Thursday
September 22
Leek Pancakes Ruthy Bodner
@justonebite201
Thursday
September 22
Rice Pilaf with Melted Leeks Naomi Ross
@naomirosscooks

 

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