This menu for eight includes all the classics: homemade challah, chopped liver, braised brisket, and sweet-tender beets.
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with this traditional, mostly make-ahead menu. Though the menu is not kosher, it can be made so with minor adaptations to the dessert. The menu will serve eight with ample leftovers, but you’ll need to double the beets and cucumber salad recipes. The shopping list already reflects these scaled-up amounts.