Break Fast Dinner

Just last week we posted our guide to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Break Fast eating. We hope you found sweetness on Rosh Hashanah in our Noodle Kugel and Apple Cake with Caramel, substance in our Brisket and Potato Kugel, and crunch in our Butternut Squash Latkes.

Yom Kippur’s fast makes its dinner hard to plan, even though technically the foods can be the same. Who wants to be slaving over the stove all day when you can’t even eat a bite? The key is make-ahead food, and, a rarity on BGSK–takeout. Make the rice salad and the cookies a day or two in advance, then simply zip by the bagel store and pick up your order. The second the sun goes down and the fast is over, you can your guests can indulge!

Bagel & Salmon Buffet
Bagels • Scallion and Plain Cream Cheese • Thinly Sliced Smoked Nova Scotia Salmon • Sliced Cucumbers, Tomatoes, and Red Onions

Lemony Rice Salad with Cherry Tomatoes, Almonds, and Herbs

Grandma Esther’s Mandelbread

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  1. Shanah Tova! Hope your holiday was nice. Break the fast is one of my favorite meals, we normally do noodle kugel, blintzes, challah, bagels, tuna, egg salad,  and sometimes I make a mac & cheese as well. 

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