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Drunk Figs in Red wine and Brandy, filled with almonds

Tu Bishvat – The Jewish “New Year of Trees – is coming up in a couple of weeks “The first time Tu Bishvat – Rosh Ha’shanah La-Ilanot – New Year of trees – is mentioned in the Mishna (the book of … Continue reading

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Tu Bi-shvat (15th of the Hebrew month of Shvat) – The New Year of Trees – coming up in 2 weeks

“A TIME TO GROW This year on Tu B’Shvat, as you’re gnawing that slab of carob, ask yourself: Am I getting the spiritual food and shelter I need to survive, or is my tree being blown down by the forces … Continue reading

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Homemade Hanukkah Doughnuts (Soofganiot, in Hebrew): tastes a lot better than store-bought

The dough for these is the same dough I use for my yeast cakes, I let it rise at room temperature and them refrigerated it till the evening. They can be filled with traditional strawberry jam filling or various other … Continue reading

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