Vegetable Kugel, Braised Chicken Thighs, Honey & Apples Upside-down Cake. Photos courtesy of Market Hall Foods.

 

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are times of celebration and reflection, bringing families, friends, and communities together. For many, the 2020 High Holy Day gatherings will be different—smaller, outside, perhaps virtual—but will still feature traditional favorites and many symbolic foods like Challah, apples, and honey, that celebrate hope in the new year.

We dug into our archives for three High Holy Day recipes from Market Hall Foods:

For prepared items, peruse Market Hall’s Rosh Hashanah menu (available Thursday, September 17 through Sunday, September 20, 2020), and Yom Kippur menu (available Friday, September 25 through Monday,  September 28, 2020). Find favorites like:

  • Round Braided Challah, which represents the cyclical nature of the years and is made with extra virgin olive oil and honey
  • Matzo Ball Soup
  • Scott’s Famous Chopped Liver
  • Meema’s Noodle Kugel
  • Chicory & Dino Kale Salad with Apples
  • Tzimmes
  • Entrées: chicken with honey, saffron and almonds; and grilled salmon with preserved lemon yogurt sauce.
  • Sweets: Honey Apple Bundt Cake, Rugelach (chocolate or apricot filling) and the gluten-free Brown Butter Almond Torte (also available at Market Hall Bakery).

All menu items are available by pre-order or on a first-come, first-served basis in both stores:

Market Hall Foods at Rockridge Market Hall, 5655 College Avenue, Oakland, offers parking lot pick-up and delivery. rockridgemarkethall.com

Market Hall Foods at 1786 Fourth Street, Berkeley, offers curbside pickup (closed on Sundays). markethallfoodson4th.com

Place orders online, at the stores, or by calling 510-250-6001.