On Rosh Hashanah it is customary to eat sweet foods to celebrate the Jewish New Year. These 15 recipes from SAVEUR magazine, including challah, honey roast lamb, and maple glazed carrots lend just the right amount of sweetness to any Rosh Hashanah feast.
Jamaican Coconut Shrimp Stew - This was good as leftovers. To change it up a bit, I took the leftover shrimp and reheated it with rice, black beans, corn, and condensed tomato soup. (The black beans & rice were leftovers from the easy taco recipe)
Unlike other holidays, Sukkot has no traditional dishes—other than Kreplach, traditionally eaten on Hoshanah Rabbah, the seventh day of Sukkot. (recipe homemade chicken Kreplach - step-by-step tutorial.