An Update on Rosh Hashanah’s Honey Cake
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Rosh Hashanah is swiftly approaching and with it, a fresh start. This Jewish New Year forces you to appreciate the past while looking ahead to the future. The traditions are filled with treasured family recipes that have been passed down for generations. One of these long standing traditions is the Honey Cake. The cake symbolizes bringing in a sweet New Year.
It wouldn’t be Rosh Hashanah without a Honey Cake that might be overly dry or too strong in flavor that it often gets neglected similar to the traditional Christmas fruitcake that is given by many, but loved by few. Magnolia Bakery helps modernize the festivities, while also helping make the tradition a lot yummier, by offering the traditional Honey Cake and Honey Cupcakes at all of its locations (New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles).
If the traditional Honey Cake isn’t really your thing, don’t fret because Magnolia Bakery is certified Kosher dairy. So whatever your Rosh Hashanah dessert needs are, Magnolia Bakery will satisfy!
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