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Every Rosh Hashanah recipe or dish is steeped in tradition and symbolism such as the eating of meat from an animals head or fish which symbolizes the head or beginning of the year. Dates, leeks, spinach, black-eyed peas, gourds, and pomegranates may also be eaten as well as a roasted bird such as a duck or chicken filled with stuffing to symbolize a blessing filled year. In one ceremony called Yehi Ratzon or May it be Your will fresh fruits are served to symbolize a good year. The phrase Yehi Ratson is said over each dish or food served and every food eaten during this ceremony is known as yehi ratsones.
Customer reviews Rosh Hashanah Recipes
September 19, 2014Perfect holiday greeting
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September 17, 2013Sweet Design
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September 11, 2013Very Special Beautiful Card
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