Make this Rosh Hashanah a Sweet One With the Help of William Greenberg Desserts!

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This year, September 29th- to October 1st marks the start of Rosh Hashanah. Usher in sweetness and abundance this year with traditional delicacies from William Greenberg Desserts like our Honey Loaf Cake, Apple Macaroon Cake, and Round Challah.

Unlike it’s usual long, braided form, Challah eaten during Rosh Hashanah is notable for its round shape, (which is meant to reflect the continuous cycle of life) and is often dipped in honey, to represent desires for sweetness during the upcoming year. Given our expertise in all things sweet, and our legacy of upholding traditional Jewish recipes, let us help you make this Rosh Hashanah the sweetest it can be! Shana Tova! 


Chloe Landrieu Murphy