The Relevance of Celebrating Tu B’Shevat

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Many of us dismiss Tu B’Shevat as a tree-planting holiday for children. And for those of us who live in the northern hemisphere, the holiday often falls during the depths of winter, making the “New Year of the Trees” seem misplaced. But Jewish learning and our natural environment require that we reclaim Tu B’Shevat — […]

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Two-Ingredient Hanukkah Cookies

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Magic is when your mom bakes. You know she means business when she brings out the flour, rolling pin, cookie sheets and pre-heats the oven. Maybe she puts on an apron. As a child, you don’t know or care, if the ingredients start with flour or if they start from a pre-mixed box. All you […]

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