Rosh Hashana Day Meal 2- Easy
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  Fleishig (Meat)
  Yom Tov
  Rosh Hashana
# of Recipes:
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Difficulty Level:
  Quick and Easy
Description:The Cranberry roast can be made way in advance, sliced and frozen in its sauce. The apple lukshen kugel and ice cream sandwiches, can also be made a week in advance and be kept in the freezer. The refreshing cherry soup and marinated salad can be made the night before, and the salmon tastes best made Erev Yomtov. This way it will still taste good for a "3 day" Yomtov.
~ Appetizers ~
Salmon With Tartar Sauce
~ Soups ~
Cherry Soup
~ Main Dish ~
Cranberry Roast
~ Side Dish ~
Apple Lukshen (noodle) Kugel
~ Salads ~
Marinated Pepper Salad
~ Frozen Desserts ~
Easy Pareve Ice Cream Sandwiches (no Eggs)
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You can serve the meat with rice, which you can make on Yomtov, or before, if you wish to make everything in advance.

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