Yom Kippur Break-Fast Menu

A Yom Kippur break-fast menu, curated by the James Beard Foundation

 

Every year on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, Jews around the world fast from sundown to sundown to mark their atonement. After night falls, it is customary to break the fast with a light meal that often bears more of a resemblance to breakfast than dinner: bagels, lox, and all the fixings are frequently served along with egg dishes, noodle kugels, and coffee cakes. Here are some of the dishes that will be on our fast-breaking table tomorrow night:

 

Smoked Bluefish with Potato Pancakes, Greek Yogurt, and Dill [JBF]

Ease into eating with these smoked fish canapés.

 

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