Ever heard of a place called Brisket Heaven? I have been there. On Rosh Hashanah, I was a guest at our friends’ house where we were treated to the most delicious brisket ever. It was juicy and had just enough sauce. Accompanying the brisket were green beans, matzoh ball soup, and noodle kugel with strawberry sauce. For dessert, my mom made delicious apple pie and a dry (oops!) honey cake. But the main meal was made by Nana Hoffman, who makes great conversation, too, and has a delightful personality. When we did the prayers for the candles and the challah, instead of knowing them by heart or reading them out of books, we read them off the iPad, which I thought was pretty funny. We put the “ish” in Jewish!