Paleo Rosh Hashanah Menu - Recipes

Paleo Rosh Hashanah Menu

Rosh Hashanah, or Jewish New Year, is one of my favorite holidays. I get so many requests for my Paleo Rosh Hashanah Menu and healthy Jewish High Holiday recipes, that I had to share it all with you here!
When is Rosh Hashanah"
I love Rosh Hashanah because it generally falls around the end of summer, or early autumn, when a bounty of fruits and vegetables are at peak harvest. It’s a wonderful time to look back on the year that’s passed and to give thanks for the harvest in the fields and in life. It’s also a good time to set intentions for the upcoming year. This year, Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on Sunday, September 9th.
Apples Dipped in Honey
Rosh Hashanah is a time when our menu is filled with symbolic foods. According to one of my favorite food historians, Claudia Roden, at Jewish New Year it is a “widespread custom to eat a piece of apple dipped in honey while a prayer is said asking God for a sweet year.” What Foods are Eaten at During Jewish New Year"
Another custom is to eat a new fruit of the season, usually a pomegranate, hence the Pomegranate Salad I include at our High Holiday table. Roden adds that round foods such as meatballs are eaten to embody the aspiration that the year ahead is full and rounded.
Paleo Rosh Hashanah Menu
Below is our Paleo Rosh Hashanah Menu! It’s full of healthy High Holiday dishes that celebrate the season in a way that won’t leave you stuffed and overfull. After eating this health...
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