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This roasted beet salad recipe from Robin of The Mom Foodie blog incorporates beets, greens, and honey–three traditional ingredients for Rosh Hashanah. Beets symbolize the hope that enemies will be removed in the new year since the Hebrew word for remove (selek) is similar to the word for beet. 

Like beets, greens can symbolize a departure of enemies or renewal for the new year. Swiss chard is common at Sephardic Rosh Hashanah gatherings. These Swiss chard kifteh (latkes) from Israeli chef and food writer Vered Guttman might be the most delicious way to eat your greens.

A railroad strike -- and the economic damage it could cause -- is getting closer to reality. About 60,000 union members who work for the nation's freight railroads, including engineers and conductors, are set to go on strike Friday if an agreement isn't reached on new contracts. Without them on the job, those trains will not run, nor will many commuter and Amtrak trains that run over freight rail lines.

If you’re looking for a delicious plant-based soup recipe that doesn’t call for eight hundred different vegetables, you need to try this creamy cauliflower soup recipe from @katcancook. Onions, cauliflower, and vegetable stock are the only must-have ingredients.