Honey-Glazed Roasted Carrots and Beets

This beautiful contribution to Rosh Hashana celebration comes from phenomenal Chef Tali of Israeli Salad. Have a sweet year, Beautiful People – Shana Tova u’Metuka!

Israeli Salad

Honey, sometimes life stings. Wherever we choose to live and work or study, whoever we choose to associate with, however we budget our time and money, there will always be a mix of advantages and disadvantages. Sometimes we get to choose between the good and the better; others times, we pick the lesser of two evils. beets and carrots roasted

The most popular traditional Rosh Hashanah food today is an apple dipped in honey. One reason the sweet apple was chosen over other fruits is a reference to the love between G-d and the Jewish people in the Song of Songs (2:3): “Like an apple among the trees of the forest…and its fruit is sweet on my palate.” Dipping the sweet apple in honey shows that we want a doubly sweet year. Honey is unique in a number of ways. It is kosher even though it is produced by a non-kosher animal. The sweetness…

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  1. israelisalad says:

    I’m glad you liked my recipe. Thanks for sharing.
    Shana Tova!
    Miriam

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    1. Shana Tova v’Chatima Tova!

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  2. These look very good x

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    1. Thank you, dear! I am glad you like it!

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  3. Safek says:

    I just added this recipe to my menu for Rosh Hashanah. Thank you! 🙂

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    1. Isn’t she just amazing! Thank you so much for your kind comment – have a sweet year!

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  4. Many goodies on a single bowl.

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    1. Thank you so much, dear! I am so glad you like it!

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    1. Thank you, dear; I am glad you like it!

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  5. Christy B says:

    Healthy and yummy 😀

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    1. Thank you, dear Christy, on behalf of Tali! 😻

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