It happens like clockwork. Here in Connecticut, Rosh Hashanah is generally warm and sunny and by Yom Kippur the nights are downright chilly.
Sukkot comes just five days after and the foliage is suddenly tinged with vibrant oranges and happy yellows of Autumn. The festival of Sukkot requires us to shift our moods suddenly also, from the days of contemplation and solemnity to a spirit of joyful thanksgiving and celebration. Our menus quickly transition to warming foods and for many of us, that means soup.
The season is shifting noticeably as the temperature cools and the rapid sequence of fall holidays is poised to roll. Launching Kosher Like Me as the new year approaches feels just on time! In my last minute flurry, I’ve reviewed vast piles of notes and photos corresponding to restaurants, events, chefs, tastings and other extraordinary food experiences that are the reason for bringing it all together in Kosher Like Me. Here, I will share the pleasure of my discoveries and journeys as I seek creative vegetarian experiences for those who love to eat well. Some of you may be Kosher Like Me (read ABOUT and FAQ’s) and some may be vegetarian or simply leaning in that direction. WELCOME!! Continue reading