From My Table
I like making something fruity for Shabbos in honor of Tu B’Shevat. This spoke to me. Serve on a platter with beautiful fruits if you want to be extra!

By Chanie Nayman

A Heaping Scoop
How do you successfully swap ground chicken or turkey for ground beef in a recipe? 

By FamilyTable Contributors

If you’re a baked apple fan, try this easy, open-faced baked apple galette

By Chaya Surie Goldberger

Incredibly easy, incredibly delicious

By Brynie Greisman

Gourmet Vs. Everyday
This is a great dish to make for Tu B’Shevat, thanks to the olives that are part of the Shivas Haminim!

By Chaya Suri Leitner and Sara Gold

Whats Cooking
Here are our staff’s favorite list of produce-heavy recipes to help you celebrate this day in whichever fashion you choose

By FamilyTable Contributors

With the availability of a vast variety of beautiful fruits and nuts there are so many opportunities to create something a little extra in honor of this unique and special day

By Esther Ottensoser

Sound Bites
What better person to speak to before Tu B’Shevat than someone who doesn’t just assist in growing the population of the community but also feeds them with the produce he cultivate ...

By Chaia Frishman

An estimated 1.1 million of Americans are classified as legally blind, so my life is hardly unique

By Devorah Grant

Teen Diary Serial
“Well, Libby, how would you feel if your sister married a ger?”

By Chaya Rosen

Shul with a View
“I’ve noticed that my Jewish neighbors, especially those who look like you, all have access to some secret high-tech security device”

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

No Food Left Behind
This recipe is sure to win over any crowd at your table, health conscious or not.

By Beth Warren

I’d like to think that our drive to hear, see, read the news, stems from our nation’s deep sense of connection

By Shoshana Friedman

To Be Honest
“They don’t view me as a flawed person, yet they see my weight as a flaw. It’s a paradox, but it’s true — and it’s just as hurtful as the nasty comments”

By Family First Readers