Tag: recipe, tu b'shevat
For Tu b’Shevat a Wheat Berry Salad
Rocky Mountain JewFeb 02, 2023
This whole-grain salad can also be made with farro or freekeh — each has their own unique earthy flavor which complements the aromatic hazelnuts.
Tu b’Shevat is here: Seven Species salad [recipe]
Rocky Mountain JewFeb 06, 2020
As we read Tehilla Goldberg’s column this week, one thought came immediately to mind: Joan Nathan’s Seven Species Salad. You see Goldberg shares her Tu b’Shevat...
Five must-see historic trees in Israel
JTAFeb 09, 2017
By Michael Brown JERUSALEM — Trees have stories, and Israel’s trees have lots of stories. Scattered throughout the country, scores of ancient and historic trees help...
Tu b’Shevat seder [plus recipes]
Rocky Mountain JewJan 21, 2016
Repost from Tu b’Shevat 2011 Back around Rosh Hashana, we blogged about the custom of holding a new year’s seder, a meal comprised of various seasonal fruits and...
Tu b’Shevat is here!
Rocky Mountain JewFeb 03, 2015
“Tu b’Shevat has arrived, the holiday for the trees,” goes a popular Israeli tune, and so it has. Tonight marks the start of Judaism’s arbor day, when children...
A green holiday
Rocky Mountain JewJan 23, 2013
We love Judaism’s “quirky” holidays, such as a new year celebration for trees – or Tu b’Shevat – which begins this Friday evening and...
Tu b’Shevat seder
Rocky Mountain JewJan 13, 2011
Back around Rosh Hashana, we blogged about the custom of holding a new year’s seder, a meal comprised of various seasonal fruits and vegetables which symbolize...