We had a really fine dinner to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and it was vegetarian to boot! Our daughter and I went crazy baking. I made an apple pie since apples are symbolic for the holiday and our daughter made challah. Challah is an egg bread which she managed to make with some of her leftover sourdough starter. It was soooo good.
For the main course I made Autumn Soup. It’s a soup made out of equal parts onion, rutabaga, sweet potato, butternut squash, and carrots. You saute them in butter for a bit, add some vegetable stock, and then cook it until all the vegetables are soft. I used a stick blender to turn the vegetables into soup. Then with the addition of some cream and cayenne and an adjustment for salt, it is done. We garnished our bowls with lemon and chives. This was also soooo good.
Finally I actually made an apple pie. Our daughter and grandson helped me to peel all the apples and make the pie. It was a lovely dinner full of good things to eat and happiness.