The largest Jewish communities in the world today exist in Israel (5,413,800) and the United States (5,275,000). There are also sizeable Jewish communities in many other countries including the Russia Federation, France, Canada, Argentina, the United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa and Hungary.
They plates are called Ashkenazi dishes:
Braised meat from the chest area of a cow
Mini hard bagel-shaped sweet breads, commonly eaten with tea or coffee.
Braided egg bread
Apple and nut dish generally served at Passover
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Judaism holy days
2.1 Shabbat—The Sabbath.
* 2.2 Rosh Chodesh—The New Month.
* 2.3 Rosh Hashanah—The Jewish New Year. 2.3.1 Selichot. 2.3.2 Rosh Hashanah. ...
* 2.4 Tzom Gedalia—Fast of Gedalia.
* 2.5 Yom Kippur—Day of Atonement.
* 2.6 Sukkot—Feast of Booths (or Tabernacles)
* 2.7 Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.
* 2.8 Hanukkah—Festival of Lights
Church or Synagogue:
On the lobby of the synagogue there are "kippas" they are headcovering worn during prayer, as a respect for God.
They use " tallits ", they are only used by adults and is worn to read the Torah.