Fruits are in order

Based on the style of Passover Seder, the Tu Bishvat Seder started as a kabbalistic way to celebrate the holiday.

But in recent years, for most of us it is simply an opportunity to enjoy a festive meal with friends and family and serve symbolic and other fruits.

Dried fruit and nuts make for a wonderfully healthful snack – but many cooks know that they go extremely well with savory dishes as well as desserts. So even if you are not having a real Tu Bishvat Seder, take advantage of the abundance of dried fruit offered these days at the supermarkets and have a great holiday.


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