Solomonov Celebrates Rosh Hashana With a Special Menu at Zahav

The King of All Media?

It seems like there’s no escaping Zahav’s Michael Solomonov these days. Last week he was all over the place in the run-up to Feastival. He was featured in yesterday’s New York Times in a thoughtful piece detailing how his brother’s death shaped his culinary aspirations. And today, in a much lighter read, he’s featured in an Inky piece about the coming of Federal Donuts. Oh look, here he is again in a new Philadelphia Brewing Co. video. Next week the James Beard award-winner will offer a special Rosh Hashana menu, featuring the dishes included in yesterday's Times article. Check it out straight ahead.

Rosh Hashana Mesibah
September 26 — October 2, 2011
$45 Per Person

Salatim and Hummus
with house-baked challah

Matzoh Ball Soup
Yemenite style

Griddled Honey Cake
with foie gras and apple

Coffee-Braised Brisket
with turnips, chestnuts and pumpkin-saffron rice

Honey Malabi
with pomegranate syrup and apple sorbet

After His Brother’s Killing, a Chef Turns to Israeli Food [NYT]
At Federal Donuts, a search for the perfect recipe [Inquirer]
Chef Solomonov, Lew Bryson And Our Publisher Get Freaky With “Beer Guru” David Dye [Phoodie]

Earlier: What You Missed at FEASTIVAL