Rosh Hashanah Recipe 2 & Happy New Year!

28 Sep

 

So many tastes to please these days – dietary restrictions and health concerns.  What’s a kugel to do?  That’s kugel, not kegel.

We have a big traditional brisket-filled New Year lunch tomorrow with 33 friends and family.  Tonight, I’m serving the following – keeping with some tradition but adding in some healthier options (salted caramel is healthy, right?)

Honeyed wild salmon, quinoa and millet surrounded by piles of caramelized onions, rainbow chard, and whole slow-roasted carrots. Kugel (noodle pudding).  Blistered figs in port wine reduction. Honey-Apple cake for dessert and mini buttermilk crust pies filled with chocolate ganache and salted caramel.

Are you joining us?

 

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One Response to “Rosh Hashanah Recipe 2 & Happy New Year!”

  1. Kathy October 7, 2011 at 7:49 pm #

    Wish I could be there, sounds both delicious and beautiful. Happy New Year!

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