Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Chag Sameach/Happy Holiday

Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown, I tried a new apple cake recipe. (One of my old tried & true apple cakes is in the oven. You can never have too much desert.)
Also on the menu, round raisin challah, apples dipped in honey, roasted root vegetables, tsimmes (a vegetable casserole), and brisket. I keep thinking that I will try a new brisket recipe, but I never do...

8 comments:

Lesly said...

I daren't try a new brisket recipe although I would love to - the troops would revolt if I deviated from tradition. I saw a recipe that looked good using pomegranate syrup as a marinade. Maybe in my next life. Shana tova umetukah!

Libby said...

*mmmm* apple cake. I have some apples and a nice recipe . . . . maybe I just figured out how to spend my afternoon *s*
Happy Holiday!

cityquilter said...

sounds good amy and looks even better...happy holiday!

Jeanne said...

Happy holiday to you, too! We're having your brisket for dinner tonight also -- always a favorite here!
Jeanne :)

Rian said...

Sweet New Year to you!

Kay said...

BElated happy new year. I thought about you and your apple cakes. They look delicious.

hetty said...

Your apple cake looks yummy! I made applesauce today. All my apples are gone, so no apple cake for me! Darn. Happy New Year.

cindyquiltsOR said...

Holiday greetings for you and yours. The foods look delicious!