The Perfect Honey Dish For A Sweet New Year

"A taste of honey/tasting much sweeter than wine...." 

A truer statement does not exist (we can thank the Beatles 1963 cover for that)! Honey, a staple on the Rosh Hashanah table, not only provides 'sweetness' to the new year, but to many other staples on your upcoming holiday menu. Whether you're dipping slices of apple in it, pouring honey over your challah, or baking it into your favorite pastries, we can all agree on one thing.

You can't serve honey out of the jar on Rosh Hashanah.

And you certainly cannot show up at your local grocery store the week before, frantically searching the isles for a bear shaped vessel to transport a sacred tradition to your holiday table! No, honey is a meaningful part of Rosh Hashanah to be treasured, as is the server you decide to put it in. Honey is a symbol for the sweetness of life we hope to encapsulate in the upcoming new year. It also symbolizes Israel, the land 'flowing with milk and honey.' So, if we want to feel closer in our spirituality, its important to choose a raw honey, not a processed one. Raw honey has beneficial properties that processed honey does not. It contains phytonutrients which have antioxidant properties as well as antibacterial and anti-fungal powers. That is why raw honey is thought to have immune-boosting benefits! Lucky for you, you're able to click 'add artisanal honey' right on yaelivogel.com when adding any of the Rimon pieces to your cart! 

Now for the dish: Obviously there is no specification on what your honey needs to be served out of, but for such a meaningful and traditional part of the holiday, the Rimon Collection honey dish is a perfect choice. This ceramic dish is painted with a stunning floral and pomegranate design, comes with a serving spoon, and is a keepsake you can treasure for years and years to come. This stunning dish can be used as your center piece, or can be given as an elegant holiday gift (although after seeing it, you're probably going to want to buy your gracious host a bottle of wine and keep the honey dish for yourself!) However you choose to celebrate this year- the Rimon Collection's Honey Dish is a stunning and traditional way to honor the sacred food.

Have a sweet new year!

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