Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, the celebration of which begins this coming Sunday evening, September 16, and ends the following Tuesday, is a time to enjoy honey. Today’s Daily News quotes a Brooklyn Heights beekeper:
“I sell half of my supply in the weeks leading up to Rosh HaShana,” said David Glick, 27, who has two hives on a rooftop on Court Street in Brooklyn Heights.
“I don’t make any money,” said Glick expecting to sell twenty 6-ounce jars of his Heights Honey for $10 each before the holiday. “My mom loves it. She gives it to all her friends. It’s a unique gift.”
Photo: Claude Scales