Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year has started this week and one of the delicious traditions associated with this time is to consume lots of sweet things to ensure a sweet year ahead.
Helping you on your way to a sweet year ahead, here’s five of our favourite sugary recipes that we’ve shared here on the FoodFaith website.
Happy New Year to you and yours!
One of our wonderful colleagues, Margaret, is a keen baker and watched Alice talk about this on ABC Breakfast a few weeks ago. Thinking it look delicious she reached out to ask Alice for the recipe, which she very kindly and might we say in a lovely manner, responded.
With Jewish New Year - Rosh Hashanah - coming up this weekend, it's traditional to eat and gift food that is sweet to ensure you have a sweet year ahead. One of the most common is honey so these honey biscuits from Our Big Kitchen are the perfect option to serve at the end of the meal, with tea or coffee to visitors or to bake and bag to gift to friends and family.
This delicious dessert recipe by Stefano Manfredi was kindly shared from Chestnuts Australia. Although we're at the end of the Australian chestnut harvest season (March to July each year), there are still some last minute chestnuts in your local stores and you can also purchase ready-to-use vacuum sealed nuts through Cheznuts or other providores too.
The latest cookbook from the Country Women's Association of NSW (CWA) has just been released. With tried and true recipes for a perfect sausage roll snack, a succulent Greek-style roast chicken for dinner or honeycomb cheesecake slice for dessert, Everything I know about cooking I learned from the CWA is the perfect kitchen companion, in a deceptively small format. Our team made and ate the cashew brownies so try them for yourself.
And just for a little fun, here’s another take on the tradition of dipping apples in honey for the New Year!