Local bakery kicks off Rosh Hashanah in a very tasty way

The two day celebration marks the start of the Jewish New Year and is filled with traditions involving prayer and a whole lot of delicious food. A lot of delicious food, Simon stick a tour through one local bakery that’s kicking the holiday off in a very tasty way. The Jewish New Year is upon us and what better way to celebrate than with food? Of course, that’s why we are here at Dessert Gallery Bakery and Cafe and we are here with the owner Sarah and I understand there’s some special meaning behind some of these ingredients. Yes, we

have quite a menu for the Jewish New Year. Our popular ones have apples or apples and honey. Um because of the symbolism of wishing everybody a happy and sweet New Year apples and honey is very typical to be served at and walk us through some of these cookies for people who aren’t Jewish people may not know they know they taste good, but they may not know the meaning behind it. Yeah. Yeah. So um we do these beautiful hand decorated cookies and we created these for the Jewish New Year. We have a show far which is

blown for the holidays, to call everybody to worship and to remind everybody to get out of their sleep and to come to life for the new year.

Shana Tova means happy New Year. And um of course, apples and honey as I mentioned, and pomegranates also have special meaning for the New Year. They’re filled with seeds and new life and all the seeds also represent the 613 commandments in the Torah. People have such emotional responses to our desserts. And I love that it’s an experience. They feel, they feel very connected when they see something that their

grandma used to make or their mom used to make or it was their favorite from something or it represents a happy occasion. So I love that rich ingredients and a rich history behind this place. Sarah, thank you so much. And how do I say this? I’m not Jewish, but you just talk to.

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