Best Wishes During Rosh Hashanah – New Year
There are a number of events taking place during the “Frog Days of Fall”. At Big Frog 104, we would like to extend good wishes to those of you observing Rosh Hashanah, also referred to as the Jewish New Year. There are a variety of foods, customs and traditions associated with this holiday, and I thought you might find the following of interest.
According to The Huffington Post:
“Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is celebrated in 2011 from sundown on Sept. 28 to nightfall on Sept. 30. The Hebrew date for Rosh Hashanah is 1 Tishrei 5772.”
There traditional foods that many eat for Rosh Hashannh. According to The Huffington Post:
“A common greeting on Rosh Hashanah is shana tovah u’metukah, Hebrew for “a good and sweet new year.” Many traditional Rosh Hashanah foods — apples and honey, raisin challah, honey cake and pomegranate — are eaten, in part, for this reason.”
Read more about Rosh Hashanah from The Huffington Post.