The Inspired Kitchen

Tu Bishvat–often known as the Jewish New Year for trees–celebrates the coming of spring and the seven species of fruits, vegetables, and grains known to have flourished during Biblical times in Israel. With a bounty of tempting options among the seven–barley, wheat, olives, pomegranates, figs, grapes, and dates–it’s easy to be inspired. More

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