Looking for Rosh Hashanah dinner ideas? Jewish Food Experience® contributors have put together five themed menus to make your decision process easier. Pick one for your whole meal, or mix and match from several menus.

Here’s to a delicious new year!

Sephardic Menu Sephardic Menu
By Susan Barocas
SALAD: Black-Eyed Pea Salad
SOUP: Yemenite High Holy Day Soup
ENTRÉE: Sephardic Fish with Olives
SIDE: Israeli Couscous with Root Vegetables 
DESSERT: Tishpiti (Turkish Walnut Cake with Syrup)
Ashkenazi Menu Ashkenazi Menu 
By Danielle Frum
SALAD: Celery Root and Green Apple Salad
SOUP: Beet and Red Cabbage Borscht (omit sour cream)
ENTRÉE: Chicken-in-a-Pot
SIDE DISH: Red Cabbage with Cranberries
DESSERT: Poppy Seed Torte
2016webbuttons_LATIN Latin-Inspired Menu 
By Merav Levkowitz
SALAD: Jicama Salad
SOUP: Roasted Sweet Potato and Apple Soup (omit cream; top with toasted pepitas)
ENTRÉE: Argentinian Brisket with Chimichurri
SIDE DISH: Arroz con Coco (Colombian Coconut Rice)
DESSERT: Almond-Orange Flan
2016webbuttons_Israel Israeli-Inspired Menu 
By Adeena Sussman
SALAD: Mango, Cucumber and Sumac-Onion Israeli Salad
SOUP: “Orange” Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup
ENTRÉE: Fessenjan (Pomegranate and Walnut Chicken Stew)
SIDE DISH: Roasted Cauliflower and Shallots with Chard and Dukkah
DESSERT: Halvah Mille-Feuilles
JFE_Vegan Vegan Menu 
By Kenden Alfond
SALAD: Healthy Kale Apple Coconut Salad
SOUP: Leek and Celery Root Soup (use vegetable stock)
ENTRÉE: Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie
SIDE DISH: Borochov 88’s Quinoa Salad
DESSERT: Vegan Jewish Honey Cake
  Concept by Ochstein Strategies