Tu b’Shevat is coming up at the end of the month and although it is a holiday that is not well known in the US, it is increasing in popularity.
Whether you are menu planning for a Tu B’Shevat seder or trying to fit the 7 species under the sukkah, including all 7 species of Israel in a single menu can be
I’m super excited about unveiling this today. As long-time readers know, I’m a big believer that putting a little thought into the experience kids have at your dinner parties and creating
You know if it’s after Hanukkah I’m looking to melt some Hanukkah gelt! Like I’ve written before, there is something about melting gelt that makes it taste so much better.
I have a ton of Hanukkah gelt left over…still. Fortunately, most Hanukkah gelt has something like a 100-year shelf life. I leave it out in a bowl hoping it will disappear
Along with social justice, I think environmentalism is a critical part of tikkun olam and that is why this Tu B’Shevat I want to introduce you to Zero Waste. Last
Tu B’Shevat is becoming a very interesting culinary holiday because it is not bound by the time-honored traditions that Passover or Rosh Hashanah are. No Aunt Rivka’s bland kugel, not Uncle Sam’s dry
When I was a child, on almost any gift-giving occasion, my grandmother Ida in addition to buying a gift, would tell me that she planted a tree in Israel for
It goes against the whole spirit of Tu B’Shevat to dress your seder table in a bunch of unsustainable and plastic products. Here are some ideas for re-using household items and