If you’re looking forward to Rosh Hashanah dinner - but not necessarily to cooking - fear not. Restaurants around the country are rolling out special menus for the High Holidays this year. Here are some of our favorites. Please note: None of these are kosher. Prices are per person, and don’t include taxes, beverages, or wine/alcohol. And some venues also offer kiddie menus.
What is Jewish cooking?
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 8 hours 15 minutes
Like other Shabbat stews, this dish, hamin macaroni, cooks overnight, and is traditionally served at Saturday lunch. Any thick, long pasta will work in this dish, but bucatini holds up perfectly to the low and slow cooking.
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