Celebrate Rosh Hashanah

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Food stylist: Jamie Kimm Prop stylist: Marina Malchin

The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, is a time to celebrate renewal and what better way to celebrate the holiday than with food?

Rosh Hashanah Menu:
Food Network Magazine's Pasta With Farro (pictured above)
Michael Symon's Brisket

Rosh Hashanah is full of symbolic sweet foods like apples and honey, so make sure you check out Cooking Channel's Apples and Honey: 5 New Ways.

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