Tu Bishvat Web Round Up

 

January 13th 2010By Jay Eidelman

 

Tu Bishvat Cheese Course

 
Tu Bishvat Cheese Course

January 14th 2010By Jamie Geller

 

Tu B’Shevat – The First Green Holiday

 
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January 10th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

 

Shivat HaMinim Salad

 
Shivat Haminim Salad

October 22nd 2013By Jamie Geller

When Tu B’Shvat rolls around we always make a habit of cooking with the Shivat HaMinim, the 7 agricultural products enumerated in the Torah as special to the Land of Israel. In honor of my move I figured, why wait? Barley, wheat, figs, dates, grapes, pomegranates and olive (oil) are all represented in this salad. The honey is a nod to the land of milk and honey and even the red wine vinegar is a further play on the grape theme. This sweet salad owes its nice crunch to an impulse buy. When I was almost finished shopping for this recipe I spied a generic brand of grape-nuts. There, in big letters on the cereal box it said “Wheat and Barley Nuggets” – it was just calling my name – a welcome upgrade from the donuts that always spoke to me during previous supermarket excursions.

 

DIY Kosher – Tu Bishvat Crafting with the Kids

 
Flower

January 23rd 2010By Felisa Billet

 

A Tu Bishvat Decorated Table

 
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January 18th 2013By The Jewish Hostess