- The Boreka Diary - http://www.theglobaljewishkitchen.com -

Rosh Hashanah 5773 or 2012 Menu

September 16th will be here in the blink of an eye.  I have prepared a menu that incorporates a starter portion or Seder with traditional Sephardic symbolic food dishes (Simanim), a generous dinner, and an overflowing dessert table.  Then as I pondered the best way to present this to you the readers I asked my husband to help me create an excel chart in my computer.  If I can figure out how to get this loaded on my blog, then, you can figure out how to print it out and use it to design your menus by filling in the blanks.

I wish everyone a very healthy, sweet, and prosperous New Year.  Enjoy your families and invite family and friends to dine together. [1]

Rosh Hashanah-Dinner Template

My Formula

Recipe Choice

Linda’s Menu 2012/5773







Yam; Raisin











 Honey Crisp; Any New Crop




Kufte De Prassa [2]




New Crop Medjool




Panjar Salata




Steamed with Sultanas

Black-eyed Peas


Fijones [3]



in salad




Sephardic Salmon with Tomato [4]




 Pumpkin Boreka [5]

Head of Fish


Oven Baked Head of Fish






Red Meat


French Roast with Prunes [6]




Roast Chicken




Cipollini Onion with Figs




Green beans




Brussels sprouts




Oven roasted potatoes




Honey Cake


5772 Honey Cake [7]

Sephardic Pastry




Noni Roll Cookies [8]



Apple Cake


Caramel Apple Cake [9]

Other Desserts


Pluot Nectarine Crunch


Assorted Chocolates


Assorted Dried Fruit



The first column is menu items.  The second column is to fill in your choices and the third column is my choices for this year.  Visit my blog and look up recipes to fit into the various the categories. [10]

I will endeavor to post as many new Rosh Hashanah worthy recipes as I can this week and part of next.  I wish you all happy baking and cooking. [11]



Share [18]
3 Comments (Open | Close)

3 Comments To "Rosh Hashanah 5773 or 2012 Menu"

#1 Comment By Isabelle On September 3, 2012 @ 10:12 AM

Linda, you are the best and always a great source of inspiration for me, little Sefardi girl afar from home… Mucho gracyas! ♥ Shana Tova U’metuka! ☺

#2 Comment By Judee @ Gluten Free A-Z On September 3, 2012 @ 4:09 PM

What a beautiful Rosh Hashana meal. The challah looks amazing! We are Sephardic too and will have a similar meal .

#3 Comment By Greek Girl from Queens On September 6, 2012 @ 2:14 PM

As always with your recipes and your photos, this looks so delicious! Wishing you a very happy Rosh Hashana, Linda – to you and your family. May this year be a sweet one – for all of us, everywhere.