A platter of delight and symbolism for Rosh Hashana

Rosh Hashana marks the Jewish New Year. So we've combed through the L.A. Times Test Kitchen's archives for some of our best recipes to celebrate. Keep checking back: We'll add more in the days ahead.<br>
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<a href="http://www.latimes.com/features/food/la-fo-alepporec3sep12,0,1638603.story">SAVORY STARTER: Leek fritters -- known as <i>ejjeh b'kerrateh</i> to Syrian Jews, and shown above, lower right -- are among the symbolic and delicious delights served on this holiday. Click here for the recipe.</a><br>
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Rosh Hashana marks the Jewish New Year. So we've combed through the L.A. Times Test Kitchen's archives for some of our best recipes to celebrate. Keep checking back: We'll add more in the days ahead.

SAVORY STARTER: Leek fritters -- known as ejjeh b'kerrateh to Syrian Jews, and shown above, lower right -- are among the symbolic and delicious delights served on this holiday. Click here for the recipe.

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Rosh Hashana, Tunisian style

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