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For the Jewish community, Rosh Hashanah represents the beginning of a new year. The High Holidays are always a special time for families to join together, celebrate, and most excitingly, eat traditional sweet baked goods. One of the greatest traditions associated with this holiday (well, at least we think so) is the dipping of apples into honey to represent the hope of a sweet new year. We love the idea of indulging in your sweet tooth, and love it even more when you can do it with the click of a button.
Sweet Sally's online bakeshop makes your treats fresh to order and comes with a kosher seal of approval. The best part? They offer traditional sweets that will whisk you back into your grandmother’s kitchen for a truly homey feeling for the holiday.
Some of the most traditional, heartfelt recipes can be found through this online bakery. Check out what they have to offer for your Rosh Hashanah table:
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