We eat honey in Rosh Hashana because...
We want to give business to bee-keepers
We hope God will grant us a sweet year
It is healthy
On Rosh Hashana we eat the head of a fish because
We hope God will keep us ahead of other nations
Jews like to go fishing
It tastes better than the tail
During which month do we blow the shofar just about every day?
Bitter herbs are eaten on
What are the names of the sounds the shofar makes?
Tekia, Trua, Shevarim
Tefila, Torah Sefarim
Tequilla, Brew-a, Collada
The ceremony of symbolically throwing our sins into a body of water is called
The 10 days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are called
10 days of Prayer
10 days of Charity
10 days of Repentance
Grown-ups fast on Yom Kippur because
They have to diet at least once a year
It is a Biblical commandment
There aren't any good recipe books for Yom Kippur