Andrea Levitan bakes her Rosh Hashanah Apple Cake every year for the Jewish holiday. Behind her is the ram’s horn, which is blown as part of the holiday tradition and which she brought back recently from Israel. On the table are other holiday items: apples and honey, eaten to signify sweetness, and the kiddush cup used for Shabbat and holiday meals.
Andrea Levitan bakes her Rosh Hashanah Apple Cake every year for the Jewish holiday. Behind her is the ram’s horn, which is blown as part of the holiday tradition and which she brought back recently from Israel. On the table are other holiday items: apples and honey, eaten to signify sweetness, and the kiddush cup used for Shabbat and holiday meals. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Andrea Levitan bakes her Rosh Hashanah Apple Cake every year for the Jewish holiday. Behind her is the ram’s horn, which is blown as part of the holiday tradition and which she brought back recently from Israel. On the table are other holiday items: apples and honey, eaten to signify sweetness, and the kiddush cup used for Shabbat and holiday meals. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Andrea Levitan’s Rosh Hashanah Apple Cake is a sweet way to welcome Jewish new year

September 27, 2016 08:00 AM