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Rosh Hashanah Dinner 2011 Menu

I want to wish everyone a happy and a healthy New Year.  I hope you all enjoy your families and food.  This is what I am planning to serve:

STARTERS:
Wine [1]
Challah [2] with Honey
Simanim for Yehi Ratzones:
Apples with Honey [3]
Kufte de Prassa (leaks) [4]
Pumpkin Borekas [5](squash)
Panjar Fritters (beets)
Pescado con Tomat [6](fish) [7]
Fijones (black-eyed peas)
Head of Fish (just look at it)
Medjool Dates
Pomegranate

MAIN COURSE:
Pomegranate Molasses Chicken [8] [9]
Ribeye Roast with Pomegranate Shitake Sauce
Roasted Fingerling Potatoes [10]
Oven Roasted Baby Carrots with Balsamic Glaze
Sautéed Spinach with Garlic and Sultanas
Pastelicos [11] [12]

DESSERT:
Honey and Date Molasses Cake [13]
Apple Cake [14] [15]
Rolled Baklava
Pistachio Biscotti [16]
Marzipan [17] [18]
Strawberry Rhubarb Pavlova
Chocolates and Dried Fruits
Mint Tea [19]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 Comments To "Rosh Hashanah Dinner 2011 Menu"

#1 Comment By Amy On September 23, 2011 @ 7:17 AM

How do you figure out what two main dishes go together? I always try to make two main dishes, but they usually clash. I’ve all but given up. Please help!

Thanks,
Amy

#2 Comment By Greek Girl from Queens On September 23, 2011 @ 9:42 AM

Such a stunning table setting that is truly so welcoming and a feast for the eyes in itself, and such absolutely beautiful food to be served and thoroughly enjoyed. Absolutely wonderful and inspiring, Linda!

I wish you, your family and friends not only a beautiful, delicious dinner but a sweet and joyful Rosh Hashana and throughout the year.

#3 Comment By Greek Girl from Queens On September 23, 2011 @ 9:43 AM

Oh! And I wish all the readers of your blog much joy and happiness this Rosh Hashana, as well.

#4 Comment By Norma On September 23, 2011 @ 11:30 AM

Hi Linda,

I agree with Greek Girl your table and recipes are wonderful and inspiring. I am making the raisin challah right now to freeze for the holiday. Your blog has inspired me to bake new things and I love it!

Wishing you, your family and all your readers a happy and healthy Rosh Hashana.

#5 Comment By Greek Girl from Queens On September 23, 2011 @ 12:00 PM

Good idea to make the raisin challah in advance. I think I will follow your lead and do the same this weekend. Have a lovely and joyful new year, Norma – and your family, too.

#6 Comment By Linda Capeloto Sendowski On September 23, 2011 @ 10:20 PM

Hi Amy, I always make a poultry dish Chicken, turkey, cornish hen and a red meat dish, beef, lamb, veal. If one is stuffed or fussy, the other should be simpler. Good luck