What's on the Menu for Rosh Hashanah Dinner

Thanks for asking, @mallofamanda! The answer: so much good stuff! Wishing everyone a meaningful holiday and a sweet 5777!
  1. Challot with olive oil, honey, green figs, pumpkin seeds, and flaky Maldon salt.
    Braid dough into long ropes, coil, and drizzle w/honey and olive oil, and press fig pieces into crevices. Top w/seeds. Bake according to directions. Dough recipe: http://brokeassgourmet.com/articles/olive-oil-challah
  2. Kale salad with quinoa, pomegranate seeds and almonds
  3. Brussels sprouts with lemon and garlic
    (Fun fact: this recipe was posted back when I was single and dating and there's a fun rant about men whose parents ruined Brussels sprouts for them.) http://brokeassgourmet.com/articles/roasted-brussels-sprouts-with-garlic-and-lemon
  4. Brisket in tangy tomato sauce
  5. Honey-jalapeno chicken
  6. The best babka
    Made with Earth Balance instead of butter, and almond milk instead of cow, so the kosher keepers can partake. Recipe: How to Make Whole-wheat Chocolate Babka With Flaky Sea Salt
  7. Honey cake with sunken figs