Rosh Hashanah – Favorite Jewish foods for the high holidays
With the start of the jewish high holidays, Rosh Hashanah is a beautiful holiday which brings together family to celebrate the Jewish New Year.
While gathering with family is essential during Rosh Hashanah so is the inclusion of traditional foods at the dinner table.
At Paul Evans Catering we understand the importance of family, jewish tradition and providing favorite foods for the Jewish high holy days. Additionally, if you don’t have time to cook this year, you can leave the work to us. We have put together some classic dishes we love to accompany your Rosh Hashanah celebrations.
Matzo Ball Soup
Matzo Ball soup is a staple when catering for the Jewish holidays. You won’t have to worry about the matzo balls being too firm or too soft. Paul Evans makes them just right to please even the harshest critics. With the tastiest broth, noodles and vegetables, this soup is the perfect start to your delicious Rosh Hashana meal.
Keeping with tradition, including brisket at the table, is a must when catering for the Jewish holiday. Flavorsome and moist, our beef brisket is a crowd favorite to include on the table. Coupled with the grilled garden vegetables, this hearty dinner is perfect for the high holy day.
This classic is an absolute must when it comes to catering for the Jewish holiday. Made with either noodles or potato, you can try something a bit different Potato-Zucchini. Kugel is a fantastic comfort dish to include on this years Rosh Hashana menu.
These pastry delights are a great way to end a meal, and mark the Jewish holidays. Rugelach may have be filled with chocolate, cinnamon or fruit preserves to name a few. However, these sweet treats are just as good any time as a snack. When planning your favorite Jewish desserts for the holidays, Rugelach is one to add to the menu.
If you would like to find out how we can make your Rosh Hashanah catering plans easier, contact us today.