Rosh Hashanah recipes: honey of a holiday
Lauren ChattmanLauren Chattman
Lauren Chattman is a cookbook author, freelance writer and former
Every year at Rosh Hashanah, Jews serve honey to symbolize hopes for a sweet New Year. A wealth of archaeological and documentary evidence traces the Jewish sweet tooth through the ages and back to biblical times. Talmudic scholars in Babylonia wrote of having honey on the table during the High Holidays in the seventh century. Thirty intact beehives found in the ruins of the Israelite-Caananite...