Rosh Hashana marks the beginning of the new Jewish year and starts sundown Sunday, September 29 and ends sundown Tuesday, October 1. It is a time to reflect, celebrate with loved ones and of course eat a traditional and festive holiday meal. The Jewish New Year is distinguished by greeting one another with the words “Shana Tovah U’metuka,” Hebrew for “a good and sweet New Year.” Appropriately, the holiday table is abundant with foods that reflect an appetite for happy, prosperous and sweet days to come incorporating apples, honey, dates and pomegranates.
Executive Chef Martin and Pastry Chef Buisson at Vi at Aventura, the luxury senior living community, offer a delectable and easy-to-prepare recipe for a Golden Apple Cobbler that will make you the holiday hero and give your family a head start to a sweet New Year.
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