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


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.


Mediterranean Lamb Meatballs with Pomegranate Glaze

Lamb meatballs

January 27th 2015By ToqueandScalpel

As we celebrate the Tu bishvat holiday this recipe came to mind. The components of this recipe bring together flavors that are the essence of holiday. The earthy distinctive savory flavor of the lamb combined with lemon and garlic. Which is then complemented by the sweetness of the pomegranate glaze. I have paired this with a Couscous of dates and toasted almonds. When you take one bite your mouth will crave more.


DIY Kosher – Tu Bishvat Crafting with the Kids


January 23rd 2010By Felisa Billet


A Tu Bishvat Decorated Table


January 18th 2013By The Jewish Hostess


3 Menus for Tu B’Shevat

Seven Species Harvest Chicken

January 21st 2015By Rivka Lieberman