Roasted Beet Salad (serves 2-3)
pomegranate seeds, pomegranate-sumac vinaigrette, red onion, pumpkin seed crumble
Several Rosh Hashanah staples come together in this salad to add a stellar set of Autumn flavors to your seder. As the centerpiece, the beets—whose name in Hebrew is similar to the word for "remove"—represent the removal of obstacles and enemies in the new year, reinforcing the pervasive theme of reconciliation and repentence.
Our Rosh Hashanah menu is made in a non-Kosher kitchen.