Next week, Jews will celebrate Tu B’Shvat, a holiday that celebrates the annual cycle of life and the new year for trees! In Israel, it’s traditional to prepare the foods of the Bible, or the “Seven Species.” So today, we bring you a special Tu B’Shvat recipe that uses dates, which is one of the biblical foods and also a food grown in the Holy Land.
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Matzah, or the traditional unleavened bread Jews eat during Passover, can be transformed into a soup dumpling by adding eggs, water, and oil. This soup originates from the Ashkenazi Jews (Jews from France, Germany, and Eastern Europe) and is great to make during the winter.
This is a Jewish Sephardic dish which is quite similar to the Turkish "burak." Burekas are served on festive occasions, but also widely sold on Israeli street corners. Watch now to discover how to make them.
Try making this sweet Jewish classic to share with friends and family as we bring in the New Year. Baklava (honey and nut pastry) is a delicacy found throughout the Middle East, and sold in many Jewish markets with many different varieties. Enjoy!
During the holiday season, many Jews will prepare classic brisket for family and friends. Making this dish isn’t as difficult as you may think – our friends at The Nosher show us how.