Want to get in the mood for Rosh Hashana? Just come into Hungarian Kosher Foods! As you enter you will smell the aroma of the fresh baked honey cakes, as well as the chocolate and cinnamon rugalach. This year, we have Yakov, a baker straight from Tel Aviv, who is baking daily at Hungarian and taking orders for Yom Tov.
As you enter and pass the registers, you can pick up the latest Jewish papers, local as well as Israeli. Find out the latest news that is affecting Am Yisrael. And then you come to the produce, where you know for certain that we are close to Rosh Hashana – just look at all the “new fruits” you can purchase. Try some and let us know what you think. We have quinces, which have a beautiful fragrance when they begin to cook. For some recipes, you can purchase our new cookbook/memoir Food Family and Tradition: Hungarian Kosher Family Recipes and Remembrances. You will find 2 recipes for quinces, one is for quince preserves, and is well worth the effort, even just for the aroma that wafts through the kitchen as the quince cooks. But if you do not have the time for preserves, just add quinces to your fruit compote for a light refreshing fragrant flavor. We have so many varieties of apples – which is your favorite? Try a few and test out the different flavors as you dip your apple in honey.
Continue walking through the store. Meet your friends. Try our fresh home-cooked foods, prepared specifically for the traditional Rosh Hashana meals. Pick up everything you need, from cooked foods to fish, to groceries and even paper goods.
Rosh Hashana is in 2 days! SO, get in the mood….Come to HKF – Hungarian Kosher Foods!
From our family to yours, we wish you a Healthy Year, Ketiva VaChatima Tova –
Shana Tova to you all!