Sorry, no recipe today. I have been very busy cooking and baking away these past few days. Why? Well, my Jewish readers will definitely know! Tonight starts the new year in the Jewish calendar, Rosh Hashanah. We spend time praying and being with family and friends around a table with lots of great food. Apples, honey, pomegranate, and dates are just some of the foods we enjoy to start off the year sweet. It can be hard for those of us who are trying to watch what we eat. The best tip I can give is don’t deprive yourself, but just eat in moderation. Try to pick healthier options if there are.
So to all my amazing readers, Jewish or not, have a great new year/weekend. Let’s go into the year/week with a renewed view on our life. Let’s make the most of it and work on ourselves to be better than we were before. Remember, there is MUCH MORE to life than your weight and looks. We will be remembered for our good hearts and good deeds, not our dress size.
Shana Tova! Have a Sweet New Year!
P.S.- If you need a last minute dessert- Apple Pie is perfect!