Eat Sweet In Style

These aren’t your mother’s honey dishes, but the New Year is the perfect time to try something new. These six pieces from the United States and Israel range from sleek to funky and breathe new life into the holiday table.

Like Rosh Hashanah guests, each with different customs and traditions, these dishes can add a unique flavor to your holiday meal.

Written by

Alexa Bryn

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