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A Sweet and Happy New Year to our

Jewish friends.

Want a perfect uplifting read?  Try Stir: My Broken Brain and The Meals That Brought Me Home by Jessica Fechtor. Healing, redemption and cooking make this memoir a perfect choice. Read it at JewishWorldReview where Susan now writes a weekly column.

Lisa Rovick an Susan Weintrob
Apples and Honey Chicken

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!

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