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Tu Bishvat is one of the four New Years noted and celebrated in the Jewish calendar, and it marks the start of the agricultural year. The Torah states that fruit from a tree that is less than 3 yea…

Tu B'Shvat Seder: The Birthday of the Tree

Tu B'Shvat Seder: The Birthday of the Tree

Tu B'Shvat is a holiday that occurs in late January/early February and is a celebration of the tree

(Rot)kraut im Rohr

Tu Bishvat is one of the four New Years noted and celebrated in the Jewish calendar, and it marks the start of the agricultural year. The Torah states that fruit from a tree that is less than 3 yea…

Challah is a Jewish yeast-risen wheat bread. It is traditional on the Jewish sabbath.

Challah is a Jewish yeast-risen wheat bread. It is traditional on the Jewish sabbath.

Grilled Steaks with Cilantro Sauce Recipe from Taste of Home

Grilled Steaks with Cilantro Sauce

Top 10 Grilled Steak Recipes - Summertime means steaks on the grill! Try these top-rated t-bones, flank steaks, ribeyes and more grilled steak recipes.

A happy, joyous celebration. The time when the last word of Torah is read and the start of a new reading, which will take a year. Children celebrate with apples and wave Israeli flags. I loved this as a child.

A happy, joyous celebration. The time when the last word of Torah is read and the start of a new reading, which will take a year. Children celebrate with apples and wave Israeli flags.

What is Tu B’Shvat?: Tu B'Shvat Tu B’Shvat is an ancient holiday. Its original purpose was to calculate the age of the trees for tithing. Leviticus 19:23-25 states that no fruit may be taken from a tree during its first three years of life. Fruit from the fourth year was given to God as a burnt offering, and in the fifth year the fruit could be eaten. Trees aged one year on Tu B’Shvat, so in many ways Tu B’Shvat is the birthday of the trees.http://judaism.about.com/od/holidays/a/tubshvat.htm

Tu B'Shevat 101: Getting to Know the New Year for the Trees

One of the four New Year's on the Jewish calendar, Tu B'Shevat is considered the New Year for the trees and there are new and evolving ways that the holiday is celebrated around the world.

The Care of House Plants

Houseplants tip: Save the water from cooking pasta. Let it cool, then use it to water houseplants.If the soil of your houseplants get algae, loosen the dirt in your pots periodically. Open the doors and windows when temperatures permit to give your house

Pull Apart Crescent Veggie Christmas Tree - A really fun and colorful way to add some veggies to your Christmas celebration! #Christmas #recipe

Crescent Veggie Christmas Tree Recipe - Mom On Timeout. This is good as a dip on a platter w chopped vegies n bread. serve with vegies or crackers.

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