6 Perfect Rosh Hashanah Dish Pairings, Because You Need Something to Go With All That Brisket

Everyone has their favorite holidays, but Rosh Hashanah definitely tops the charts as one of the most exciting Jewish celebrations. It's the New Year: a time for fresh beginnings and resolutions; for hope, for excitement; for seconds and thirds of your favorite dishes.

Leave stressing over the brisket, the fish, and whether or not there's enough room at the table up to Great Uncle Marv, because after sneaking a peek at these six gorgeous sides, there's no way you'll want to show up to the celebration empty handed.

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Honey Cake

Who says you can’t start your meal off with dessert? Brown Eyed Baker keeps her dish moist with orange juice, coffee, and whiskey.

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Apple and Poppy Seed Coleslaw

One look at this Damn Delicious recipe, and all we could think about was drizzling it all over that brisket.

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Marzipan Challah

My Name Is Yeh describes this mouthwatering creation as: Doughy, almondy, sweet, and moist. Pretty sure that’s code for “perfect.”

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Moroccan Vegetable Stew

You can play it safe and opt for glazed carrots and potatoes, or you can jazz things up with this spice-filled creation from How Sweet It Is.

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Chipotle Cheddar Potato Latkes

This innovative and flavorful dish courtesy of Half Baked Harvest packs a heavy punch — but it’s so good that we recommend making plenty of extras. You’ll need ‘em.

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Pomegranate Tabouli Salad

The second night of Rosh Hashanah marks the “introduction of a new fruit,” meaning something that’s just recently in-season. Sugar Et Al suggests pomegranate, and we’re listening.

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