Rosh Hashanah and Staying Home
For breakfast I ate Pepperidge Farm white bread toasted with butter and beet-berry preserves. Adequately sweet, if you ask me. Also, Pepperidge Farm is (in my opinion) the best toasting bread. When I was little my grandpa would make toast with with butter and jam and a side of oatmeal for breakfast when we visited his and my gran's house. I would dunk my toast in the oatmeal (gross right?). Speaking of oatmeal, if you want a simple breakfast that tips its hat to Rosh Hashanah, eat some McCann's Apple Cinnamon Irish oatmeal (maybe with a dollop of honey added in for tradition's sake). It is my favorite! As a kid, I only ate way overly sweetened Quaker cinnamon/sugar oatmeal, but have grown to love a more oat-y breakfast (it's very low in calories and full of good nutrients). I also like plain Irish oatmeal with a handful of raisins thrown in for sweetness (it's an easy and healthy office breakfast that can be made in a mug).
Okay, Jewish baked goods that I would like to try baking at home:
|Jewish Apple Cake|
|Challah - also for the great French toast the day after|
I hope that this a sweet and happy new year for everyone!