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A Sephardic seder for Rosh Hashanah

EDMON J. RODMAN | JTA News & Features | Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 10:00 am

For Rosh Hashanah, many of us eat an apple dipped in honey as an auspicious sign for a sweet new year. The symbolism is clear, and the ritual as easy to pull off as squeezing a bear-shaped plastic bottle of honey.

But what kind of a year could you expect from eating leeks, spinach and a fish head? A year of being a contestant on “Chopped”?

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