כ״ח באלול ה׳תשע״ה (September 12, 2015)
Rosh HaShanah is the Jewish New Year and like most Jewish holidays there are food customs associated with it.
One of the most known food customs on Rosh HaShanah has to do with dipping apple into honey. We dip apple into honey and say a prayer asking G-d for a sweet New Year.
There are three steps to this ritual: Say the first part of the prayer, which is a blessing thanking G-d for the apple. Then dip the apple into the honey. Now say the second part of the prayer, which asks G-d to renew us during the New Year.
In honor of the new iPhones – here’s something you can do with with your old iPhone… Mendy Pellin shares his sweet techniques for the Jewish New Year.
Have a sweet and happy New Year.