Here's how to celebrate the season and put together a centerpiece perfect for Rosh Hashanah in just minutes!
I love cutting open the pomegranate and seeing the beautiful seeds. The pomegranate can be used as the first fruit we are required to eat on Rosh Hashanah. It is also said that it contains 613 seeds just as there are 613
mitzvot. And, when we eat pomegranates on
Rosh Hashanah we wish that our good deeds in the new year
will be as plentiful as the seeds of the pomegranate.
1. I like the elevation of a footed cake platter but you can also use a bowl or basket.
2. Local apples are in season now in Connecticut!
4. Hydrangea are cut from my yard but they are easy to find in the floral department of most supermarkets.
Wishing you a happy and healthy New Year!