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Rosh Hashanah meal may be different this year

This year's Rosh Hashanah marks the earliest possible date on which the holiday can occur. It has been 115 years since Rosh Hashanah was observed on this date. One of the key foods-sweet fall apples-haven’t arrived yet. And the hot weather may force cooks to prepare lighter fare than usual for the holiday. We talk about culinary traditions around the Jewish New Year and how they might need to be altered as we welcome in 5774. Photo: Flickr/joshbousel

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