Let’s face it, so many of the Jewish festivals are focused on the rituals of the food we eat. It’s the getting together as a family, a community or simply the gathering around a wonderfully noisy table combined with the tradition of eating your favourite foods.
So, as we build up to Rosh Hashanah this year, we’ve been asking our customers what they’re most likely to eat as they celebrate. Compiled below are some of the most popular food choices with a little explanation to help you get in the festive mood!
Round Challah – round to symbolize the continuity of life
Why not buy small challah rolls for each of your guests? We make all our challahs at our off-site bakery and they are delivered fresh each morning to Panzer’s.
Panzer’s honey cake – for a sweet and positive new year
It’s delicious, sticky and house-baked. Our secret, four-generations-old recipe, ensures that our cakes are moist, light, easy to slice and will keep fresh for 10 days.
Apples – are hardy symbolizing how the Jewish people survive whilst being vulnerable
With more than 8 varieties of apples to choose from including Jazz, Braeburn, Cox, Windsor, Granny Smith and Golden Delicious, pop into store to choose from the most delicious apples for your New Year celebrations. All perfect for dipping.
Honey – for the sweetest of new years
Pomegranates – the Torah has 613 commandments and it is believed that there are 613 seeds in one pomegranate. This fruit has long been seen as a symbol of all that his righteous and fruitful.
Pop in to pick up your pomegranates – perfectly ripe for your tomato and pomegranate salad or to sprinkle over your aubergine.
Are you looking to gift those you love and those who are feeding your tribe this Rosh Hashanah? If so, do check out kosher hampers here. They can all be delivered nationwide.
Wishing all those celebrating, a wonderfully sweet and healthy new year –
From the team at Panzer’s