You know Rosh Hashanah is all about the sweet food for the sweetest New Year ever. And I’ve got you covered with recipes like Apples, Honey and Goat Cheese Crostini, Apple Cheddar Scones with Honey Glaze and tons more. But this year, I’m getting a little crazy, and I want you to not only have a sweet year, but a savory one as well! You read that right, 5776 is getting a little spicy.
I’m pumped to partner with my friends at Empire Kosher to share some of my favorite recipes for your holiday season! If you aren’t familiar with Empire Kosher, they are family farm raised poultry out of Pennsylvania. All kosher, humanely and sustainably raised, and with no antibiotics. Even if you don’t normally keep kosher, their chicken and turkey products are a cut above the rest, and you can taste the difference in your food. Yes, cooking with love is important. But so are quality ingredients. Bubbe’s Matzah Ball and Chicken Soup has never tasted better!
I’m sharing some recipes over on Empire Kosher’s Facebook page, so make sure to follow them to get the good stuff!
But wait, there’s more! Empire Kosher is hosting a giveaway from my Etsy store! Go enter here, and good luck. Hope your New Year is filled with family and flavor!
This post is in partnership with Empire Kosher. Thanks so much for supporting WJWE. Jew are my favorite!
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