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This year, just to keep us on our toes, Rosh Hashanah plunks itself down right in the middle of the week. But that should in no way deter the busy brisket maker! Having authored “The Brisket Book: A Love Story With Recipes,” I know how ridiculously easy it can be to make a perfectly perfect brisket. (Full disclosure: I burned a brisket for the first time EVER last week. How did I know that my new evil oven had set itself to about 500 degrees when the dial said 350? Oy.)
Chef Alon Shaya has won pretty much every culinary plaudit possible for bringing his gorgeously elevated take on Israeli cuisine to New Orleans. At his award-winning restaurant Shaya at the High Holidays, he can be relied upon to create a Rosh Hashanah menu that incorporates holiday symbolism with Middle Eastern flavors and fresh local ingredients.
When Jonathan Safran Foer published “Eating Animals,” the anti-factory-farming and food-ethics manifesto, it inspired many people to adopt a vegan diet. One of them was Natalie Portman, who took her inspiration one step further: The A-list actress turned the book into a movie. “Eating Animals,” the documentary that she produced and narrated, debuted earlier this month at the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado, receiving a standing ovation.
This beautiful holiday hors d’oeuvre delivers all the best of Ashkenazi cuisine — the tangy and bright and creamy and crunchy — in one bite.