Jewish New Year
We dip apple in honey in order to bring about a sweet new year. I left no stone unturned in ensuring a sweet new year by using honey in the whole holiday menu; honey in the cake, tzimmos sweetened with honey and honey in the sauce on the salmon.
|My scrumptious honey cake with almonds|
|My foliage display|
The Jewish new year is a religious festival and begins at dusk the night before with a huge meal. The morning is spent in the synagogue followed by another huge meal and, for us, it is traditional to have afternoon tea at my Aunty Edith’s with the extended family. The whole thing is then repeated for day two. It is a time for every individual to reflect on their character and how they can improve.
|Some of the guests|
A trip to North Wales with my sisters
We spent a great couple of days in Llandudno. The weather kept fine for us and we manage to do a lot of walking. We walked round the shops, we walked to cafes and then we walked to restaurants. We had spent a holiday in the resort as kids and the area has remained basically unchanged apart from the huge increase in traffic.
|Hotels line the long promenade|
|Can't tell which is ours|
These were taken at Rhos on Sea
A visit to Conway
We must do it again soon.