The easiest way to explain this would be: we serve raisins and celery so that in the coming year, we should have a raise in our salaries.
You get the idea.
Well, there's a traditional Rosh Hashana seder that is filled with all kinds of signs and deeper meanings.
But then again, there's us guys who after our traditional seder, like to just have a little fun. :)
So, here's my menu for this Rosh Hashana. If it helps you get ideas about what to cook this year or next... hooray.
Wishing all a happy healthy new year.
May you be inscribed in the book of life for a happy healthy prosperous PEACEFUL new year.
Shana tova!! 5772!!
Wednesday Night –
Dinner by Ricky – Siman: May you always be blessed with good friends.
Thursday Day –
Steak salad – Siman: May our enemies be shredded.
Burgal or Quinoa – Siman: May Hashem save us from burglers.
Thursday Night –
Chinese Food – Siman: May we multiply like the Chinese. May we be as rich as
. May we take over the world, just like the Chinese. China
Friday Day –
Fish & String Beans – Siman: That we should always try to eat healthy and live long lives. And one day, we’ll be as skinny as string beans.
Sweet potatoes – Siman: May our lives be sweet and yummy.
Friday Night –
Roast beef – Siman: May our enemies be roasted. (Hm, this is a very violent menu.)
Chicken – Siman: May we always have emunah and never be chicken.
Zucchini kugel – Siman: May our lives always feel magical like the Amazing Zucchini! Abra kadabra!
Butternut squash – Siman: May things go smooth for us like butter, even when we feel a little nutty.
Shnitzel - Siman: That we should be able to learn to speak Yiddish.
Seuda Shlishit –
Fish leftovers and salad – Siman: May we never waste food. J