Posts Tagged “tu b’shvat”

{Tu B'Shvat} 25 date recipes

By | January 16, 2014

Although I’m not much of a fruit eater, I do like me a good date. The only problem is that once you’ve split it open, removed the pit, and held it up to the light to check for bugs, it’s mushed, it’s squooshed, and honestly, it’s lost most of its appeal. That’s why I prefer […]

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Carob hazelnut fudge

By | January 24, 2013


This recipe and story appear in the Jan. 21, 2013 edition of “From Tali’s Kitchen,” my biweekly cooking column in Binah magazine. On newsstands now — and make sure to check out my roundup of Shivat Haminim recipes for Shabbat Tu B’Shvat! Confession: Until two years ago, I felt very little connection to Tu B’Shvat. […]

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Recipe Roundup: Shivat Haminim for Shabbat Tu bShvat

By | January 20, 2013


How are those Tu B’Shvat preparations coming along? What, you haven’t started…? Right, well neither has anyone else. Except, I’m guessing, the teachers out there, gearing up to sing HaShkeidiah Porachat this week. Let’s face it: Tu B’Shvat is not quite a major holiday. But! That doesn’t mean we should let it pass us by unmarked. […]

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