Food for Sukkot

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Food for Sukkot

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Sukkot is a Jewish holiday which is celebrated with festive meals and parties. Since Sukkot is also known as a harvest festival, the foods served usually include stuffed dishes, fruits and vegetables as a way to thank God for the good harvest.

Serving stuffed food during Sukkot is part of Jewish tradition. Stuffed food served during Sukkot symbolizes a bountiful harvest. Kreplach (rolled pasta dough which is filled with ground beef or chicken and are shaped into small triangles) are usually served in parties.

Casseroles and stews are also staple favorites in Sukkot meals. Kids love beef stew served with lots of vegetables. Different beef stew recipes can be searched through the internet.  You can also make your own beef stew version. For dessert, fresh fruits are served or you can also make fruit salad for the kids.

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