How to be the Perfect Guest at a Jewish Holiday Celebration has launched their brand new Jewish Holidays gift category to enable people to be the perfect guests at a Jewish holiday celebration.

Beverly Hills, CA, September 29, 2008 --( With the Jewish High Holidays fastly approaching, has launched a Jewish Holiday gift guide featuring gifts to give the host of a holiday celebratory lunch or dinner. “While it is thoughtful, but not necessary; to send “Happy New Year” gifts to close friends and relatives during this time, it is absolutely necessary to send or bring a gift if you are attending a lunch, dinner or a break-the-fast” says Lisa Friedman, Co-Founder of’s Jewish Holiday gift guide features "sweet" gifts from fruits (apples & pomegranates) to traditional Jewish desserts (rugelach, babka, mondel bread & cookies) as they are symbolic of a sweet New Year. Other great gift ideas are food that can be served during the meal (bagels, lox, etc) as well as functional gifts for the host (serving platters, centerpieces, etc).’s Jewish Holiday Gift Guide can be seen online here at

The Jewish High Holidays begin on September 29, 2008 and continue until October 9, 2008 with 4 main celebratory meals. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is celebrated from September 29, 2008 until October 1, 2008 with celebratory dinners held on September 29, 2008 and September 30, 2008. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is celebrated with a dinner held before sunset on October 8, 2008 and a break-the-fast held after nightfall on October 9, 2008.

###, your social gifting site, gives members the tools they need to give (and get) the best gifts and stay on top of their social commitments. It is the ultimate gift buying resource from two experts in the field.

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Lisa Friedman