Last night we hosted our annual Tu B’Shevat Seder for family and friends. Like most of the dinners I host, I went to my trusty Pinterest and searched on my Tu B’Shevat board for recipes and craft ideas.

We started the morning off with a fun craft. Since it’s the holiday of the trees I helped Sarah paint her hands and feet to make this cute craft.

Tu B'Shevat Tree

Then I had Sarah use her fingertips to make “pomegranates” on the tree.

During Sarah’s nap I got busy cooking food for our seder.

I started off the night with a platter of dried fruit and nuts.

nutsTo accompany the food I made, Sangria With A Twist.

Tu B'Shevat SangriaRecipe can be found here.

The salad consisted of Orange, Red Onion and Olive Salad

saladRecipe can be found here.

Dinner was Moroccan Chicken with Green Olives and Lemon and Jeweled Rice with Dried Fruit.

chick n riceChicken recipe can be found here.
Rice recipe can be found here.

Dessert was Maple Walnut Chiffon Cake.

cakeRecipe can be found here.

It was a fabulous night filled with family and friends. Here is a picture of my table.

photo 2For our easy two page seder click here.

SS TuBishvat

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