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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.
True chocolate lovers like me have long bemoaned the dearth of chocolates that properly symbolized a sweet New Year. Indeed honey and chocolate always seemed to keep a healthy distance from one another. This year — finally! — Rosh Hashanah’s traditional honey meets chocolate for the High Holidays in the form of several new goodies.
We’ve put together the ultimate wine guide for your Rosh Hashana meals — no matter your preference (White or red? Dry or sweet? Bubbly or smooth?), we’ve got you covered.
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.