Recipe Roundup for Rosh Hashanah

Fall is always a great time of year because there are lots of holidays to celebrate for everyone! Maybe it’s the cooler air, the leaves falling – but there is something totally loveable about the fall months! September kicks off with Labor day and Rosh Hashanah – so we thought we’d round up some of our favorite recipes for the Jewish New Year!


Our Favorite is:

Food Network’s 22 Healthy Rosh Hashanah Recipes

– they have something for everyone! You can never have enough brisket in your life, and their recipe for Sweet and Sour Brisket, by Ellie Krieger, just makes our mouth water!




Martha Stewart’s Rosh Hashanah Recipes

These recipes literally ‘take the cake’ for desserts! Just check out her Honey Cake with Caramelized Pears¬†and Apple Honey Challah. Yum.


and if it’s your first year hosting Rosh Hashanah,

check out this step-by-step recipe on Brisket for Beginners on







Hot Crossed Buns – Fresh-Baked In House Bread, anyone?

A lot of grocery stores carry many different brands of breads and pastries – but do they bake their own fresh in-house everyday?!


baked daily


We carry a full-line of:





– cookies




You name it, we make it – and if we don’t – let us know and we will make it FOR you. Order your fresh-baked bread to be delivered to you first thing tomorrow morning!

Frozen Summer Treats

It’s those dog days of summer, and what’s better to cool off than with a delicious frozen treat?

There are TONS of options and ideas – frankly, just start popping things in your freezer!

– Frozen Grapes

– Frozen Berries

– Frozen Bananas

– Frozen Coffee Ice Cubes!!

What do you pop in the freezer?

Well we took it to the next level and used those frozen banana pieces to make tasty little treats – just add chocolate chips and peanut butter OR Nutella – orr…. get the idea?



(photo via pinterest)

There are so many ways to enjoy summer and the frozen treats that come with it – take advantage while the weather is so hot hot hot!


To order lots of tasty treats, visit today!