This upside down apple cake starts with a few key steps and emerges from the oven as shiny, moist, and just-sweet-enough glory.
This Rosh Hashanah, eat like an ancient Israelite. Skip the bees’ honey and go for silan, a thick syrup made from dates that has been around the Middle East for millennia.
Italian honey cookies for Rosh Hashanah for people who don’t like honey cake
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.