Mead is back.
Don’t just dip your apples in honey; bathe your pores in honey.
Yes, you can source honey locally, even in the heart of Manhattan.
This Rosh Hashanah, honey finally meets chocolate, in the form of several new goodies.
This Rosh Hashanah, take the arcane matching rule one step further and coordinate your holiday wardrobe with your food.
Part of a family of drop-cookie recipes that includes gingersnaps and cocoa cookies, this version has a strong honey flavor and unmistakable fragrance of the holiday.
Two timeless delicacies — both traditional Rosh Hashanah sweets — are presented step by step with recipes and a video.
Our chocolate correspondent reached out to award-winning cookbook author Alice Medrich to find out what she recommended for dessert this Rosh Hashanah.
As Jews around the world celebrate Rosh Hashanah, this beekeeper’s job takes on a sweeter significance.
In shaking up a Rosh Hashanah concoction full of sweet and tart flavors — and her mother’s favorite honey-laced liqueur — Adeena Sussman stirs up some bittersweet recollections.