WESTPORT, Conn. -- What are you cooking for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year?
Westport resident Liz Rueven, who blogs at Kosher Like Me , is busy prepping for the holiday by turning to her local farmers’ market as she plans vegetarian and dairy-free side dishes.
"Mid- September is the glorious shoulder season when tomatoes and corn are still piled high while eggplant and squashes of all shapes and shades are making their colorful entrance," she writes.
Her Autumn Salad Loaded with Symbolism is a perfect counterpoint to some of the more traditional foods you may be serving.
Go to http://bit.ly/2wDKSNd for her holiday recipe.
More details at www.kosherlikeme.com/ .
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