Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is a time to look back on the past year—and look forward to the upcoming one. Its celebratory meal can include yeasty challah, matzo ball soup, and apples dipped in honey. What do these things have in common? Their friendly roundness, which symbolizes the ongoing nature of time, the round-and-round-ness of the year. Similarly, sweet foods are favored for a sweet new year. Here are 42 of our favorite recipes to check out as you plan your menu.
1. Pickled Deviled Eggs With Smoked Salmon
Deviled eggs are wonderful, but pickled deviled eggs? Even more so. Add smoked salmon and dill on top for bonus points.