Your Fast, Broken

Sometimes they’re early and sometimes they’re late. This year — believe it or not — they are right on time! The holiest of holidays for those who practice Judaism are coming up with Rosh Hashanah on starting the evening of Friday, September 18 and Yom Kippur beginning at sundown on Sunday, September 27. The holidays are a time for reflection, a time to forgive, and a time to do better. High Holidays 2020 will be different, (as most things continue to be during these insane times), we may not be able to go to services or gather with family but you can still fill your home with foods of the holiday like challah (eggy, dough-y yummy challah like the one above by Jarrad Silver), noodle kugel (sweet only!) brisket (because there is always brisket on a holiday table) and babka, oh and rugelach. Fortunately, there are so many in the DC Area who want to help make your holiday special from full dinners to desserts to simple apples and honey. Click here for all the delicious offerings. And may we be the first to wish those who celebrate (and those who don’t) a very sweet, HEALTHY and happy New Year. L’Shana Tova!⁠