Rosh Hashanah, one of the most important holidays in the Jewish religion, begins tonight at sunset. The holiday marks the start of the Jewish High Holidays, which last 10 days from Rosh Hashanah until Yom Kippur. Literally translated as "head of the year," Rosh Hashanah is considered the Jewish New Year; it's a time of rebirth, a time of reflection, and a time to reunite with family far and wide.
If your family includes little kids, make sure to include them in the celebration with recipes and crafts made especially for the holiday. Here are a few suggestions:
Rosh Hashanah recipes
Rosh Hashanah crafts
To all who are celebrating: best wishes for a happy, healthy and sweet New Year! L’Shana Tova!