Smoked brisket is a popular dish year-round but during Rosh Hashanah,
wet brisket is a tradition with deep cultural roots. Photo via Meathead Goldwyn.
Rosh Hashanah begins this weekend, so it’s time to set the table for the new year. Brisket is the quintessential Jewish comfort food, and we’ve invited Meathead Goldwyn to discuss what started as a famine food but is now ubiquitous during the Jewish holiday season.