A new year is coming, so how about some new flavors? This year, we went through our collection to put together a list of some of our favorite Rosh Hashanah (and Yom Kippur) recipes.

The result ended up being a trip around the world, with local flavors as well as those from the far-flung Middle East and Israel, the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Mexico. After all, Jews have celebrated the High Holidays in different corners of the world for millennia, so why shouldn’t their holiday dishes reflect that?

Apple and Honey Challah
Abby Cherner
Founder, At Home with Abby
Arugula Salad with Honeyed Pecans and Asian Pears
Debra Moser
Founder, Central Farm Markets and MeatCrafters
Roasted Chicken and Eggplant in Pomegranate and Date Molasses  Roasted Chicken and Eggplant in Pomegranate and Date Molasses
Vered Guttman
Food columnist, Haaretz.com, and caterer, Cardamom & Mint
Moroccan-Style Brisket with Dried Fruit and Capers
Jennifer Segal
Author, Once Upon a Chef, the Cookbook, and blogger
Mooma’s Spicy Fish
Leah Hadad
Creator and owner, Tribes-A-Dozen
Spicy-Smoky Black-Eyed Peas
Marcia Friedman
Author, Meatballs and Matzah Balls
Stonska Torta (Ston Cake)
Paula Shoyer
Pastry chef and author of 4 cookbooks
Blintzes with Apple Compote and Honey Butter
Nick Wiseman
Co-founder, Little Sesame, Whaley’s and Hill Prince
Blissful Corn Torte Blissful Corn Torte
Pati Jinich
TV host and author, Pati’s Mexican Table and Mexican Today
JFE Honey Cake Cocktail JFE Honey Cake Cocktail
Emily Landsman
Cocktail expert