A Sweet and Happy New Year to our
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Apples and Honey Chicken
Apples and honey are simply part of Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year. Add these two traditions to chicken and what a way to celebrate! May become a favorite dinner any time of the year as well.
The chicken dish is delicious and easy to make for any dinner and its sweetness will be a hit with children and adults alike. Add sliced carrots or sweet potatoes for color, making a beautiful presentation.
Food is symbolic in many religions, and this holiday is no exception. Apples and honey call for a sweet year.
We throw in a favorite recipe for Apple Cake that was a past favorite as well!