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Holidays

Tu Bishvat {2017}

Last weekend we celebrated Tu Bishvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees. Tu Bishvat is a traditional holiday where we plant trees and eat food from the seven species; wheat, barley, olives, pomegranate, figs, dates and grapes.      This holiday celebrates the “rebirth” of the trees. Tu Bishvat marks the beginning of spring. However with of …

Holidays

Tu Bishvat {2015}

Last night we celebrated Tu Bishvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees. Tu Bishvat is traditional holiday where we plant trees and eat food from the seven species (wheat, barley, olives, pomegranate, figs, dates and grapes) mentioned in Deuteronomy. Although they are not mentioned in the same verse, almonds also have a special significance for …

Holidays

Tu Bishvat {2014}

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 …

Holidays

Tu Bishvat {2013}

“Tu Bishvat higia chag hailanot” is the popular Israeli children’s song, meaning, Tu Bishvat is here. This year the celebration began on Friday night. On Tu Bishvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees, it is traditional not only to plant trees but also to eat food from the seven species mentioned in Deuteronomy (wheat, …

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