You’ve cleaned the house, prepared the food, bought a new outfit for the holiday. Synagogue or temple services and a delicious meal (maybe…chicken?) are just around the corner. Meanwhile, here are some ideas to help make getting ready for Rosh Hashanah a real celebration, and fun!
“L’shanah tovah,” literally, “To a good new year,” is the greeting extended throughout the Jewish world on Rosh Hashanah. The greeting, a tradition as old as the holiday itself, is unique among Jewish festivals. “Nowhere else in the calendar do you have a greeting” written in a Machzor, or holiday prayer book, said Rabbi Yaacov… Read More
Ilene Spector Special to the Jewish Times Rosh Hashanah is a great time to share many of the family recipes I’ve been swapping throughout the year. Maybe not “haute cuisine” but sometimes even better. They are cherished favorites from friends and relatives who value tradition as well as creativity when celebrating holidays. I especially appreciate… Read More