The Rosh Hashanah dinner begins with Kiddush over kosher wine and sweet, round challah bread (often studded with raisins) dipped in honey. Rosh Hashanah cuisine traditionally includes symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey, fish (or ram) heads, and pomegranates, and sweet foods made with honey, such as carrot tsimmes, teigelach, honey cake (lekach), and more.