Tu Bishvat

Lemon and Almond Semolina Cake

Celebrating the tastes of Tu Bishvat.

How to Lead a Zoom Tu Bishvat Seder

Nearly a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, Tu Bishvat is the last holiday Jews haven’t yet celebrated while practicing social distancing.

9 Things You Didn’t Know About Tu Bishvat

Lesser-known facts about the Jewish “Earth Day.”

How to Spell Tu Bishvat?

The Jewish birthday for the trees has a name that can be spelled in several ways.

Tu Bishvat 2021

In 2021, the "birthday of the trees" begins at sundown on Wednesday Jan. 27 and ends at sundown on Thursday Jan. 28..

Picturing Trees for Tu Bishvat

Photographing nature in the Deep South makes the New Year for the Trees feel even more special.

Tu Bishvat 2019

In 2019, Tu Bishvat begins in the evening of Sunday, Jan. 20 and ends in the evening of Monday, Jan. 21.

Tu Bishvat 2018

In 2018, the "birthday of the trees" begins at sundown on Tuesday, Jan. 30 and ends at sundown on Wednesday, Jan. 31.

Reflections from an Orthodox Rabbi Shunned for Being LGBTQ-Friendly

The following are reflections from an Orthodox rabbi who was shunned by his community for standing up for LGBTQ rights.I’ve ...

Goat Cheese, Silan and Olive Galette Recipe

Cooking creatively to celebrate Tu Bishvat is a little like peeking into a mystery basket of unrelated elements on CHOPPED ...

Tu Bishvat: Tending the Garden of the Self

This year Tu Bishvat begins at sundown on January 24, 2016. May the holiday be a catalyst in bringing your ...

Moishe in Mississippi: Making a Difference, Without Walls

Today’s post was written jointly by Arielle Nissenblatt and Lonnie Kleinman – two young Jewish professionals who also happen to ...