Updated: Jan 26
Autumn is traditionally the season for all things pumpkin. With their vibrant colors and hearty flavor, pumpkins bring a lot to the table (and the atmosphere). This year, consider incorporating the striking pomegranate to your Fall festivities. This versatile fruit is a traditional staple of the Jewish New Year. In addition to adding color and flavor to any occasion, it symbolizes life and fertility with its plentiful, translucent seeds. Add it to your centerpieces, a zesty vinaigrette, or as a bright garnish to any dish.
Shana Tova to any and all who celebrate!