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A lovely stillness has set in now that the festivities of Rosh Hashanah are behind us. I’m looking forward to a week of fresh, simple food — dishes that are light, easy to make, and take advantage of the bounty of incredible fall produce available at the market right now.
“The Little Book Of Jewish Appetizers,” by Leah Koenig, is a small, hardcover jewel box of a cookbook filled with a tightly curated collection of 25 vibrant, brightly flavored hors d’oeuvres. Many would serve as excellent starters for a Rosh Hashanah meal or a Yom Kippur break fast.
During the High Holidays, many Jewish families are making sure they’re stocked up on sweet red wine, a traditional way of symbolically asking for a “sweet” new year.
This is the fourth in a series of oolumns by Jamie Geller exclusively for the Forward.
The cup idea comes from my husband’s best friend Adam’s mom, Geanie (what a mouthful). Hubby remembers going to their house on Saturday nights and raiding the fridge for these cups. The best part about them is that every piece is a crusty corner piece, so nobody has to fight over that coveted crunch.