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Rosh Hashanah is a celebratory time with friends, family, and delicious food. It is a wonderful time of the year to celebrate the Jewish new year surrounded by your loved ones. The kitchen will be bursting with flavorful fragrances as the meals and traditional candle lightings, prayers, and readings symbolize the acknowledgment of the past, while wishing all will be well for the future year to come. Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with the perfect feast for all to enjoy.
Lightly creamy and green, schav (pronounced shahv) is a chilly soup that will be instantly loved by some and perhaps only gradually embraced by others. Based on the long, slender spinachlike herb-vegetable we know as sour grass or sorrel, it is thickened with beaten egg yolk, its tingling sour edge mellowed by a few exquisitely aromatic Polish or Russian dried mushrooms.
Whether you favor floaters or sinkers, matzo balls will always be a central component of the Passover Seder.
About a week ago, my husband Chris and I came down with a hideous flu, reducing us to germ-riddled, whiney science projects. All I could think about was ordering a batch of the sure-fire cure: Jewish Penicillin from my local Upper West Side deli, Artie’s. At Artie’s, the broth is rich and so golden it almost hurts to look at it. And the matzo balls? The matzo balls are the size of Utah. That should do us for a day or two.