Join Rabbi Doron Perez and family for a Seder Tu BiShvat, exploring the deeper meaning of the mystical Seder and the seven species of Eretz Yisrael and gaining a greater appreciation for the produce of Israel.
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What you need to set up the table:
Grain products, such as bread or crackers, wine, grapes or raisins, olives or olive oil, dates or date honey, figs, pomegranates. You may also add items for the blessings of ha’adama and shehakol.
Celebrity Chef Jamie Geller welcomes World Mizrachi’s Rabbanit Shani Taragin into her kitchen to prepare Tu BiShvat dishes for the body and the soul.
Chicken – jamiegeller.com/recipes/seven-species-harvest-chicken/
Kugel – jamiegeller.com/recipes/7-species-kugel/
Salad – jamiegeller.com/recipes/shivat-haminim-salad/
Israeli wine enthusiast David M. Weinberg shares his tasting notes with you from several boutique Israeli wineries, recommending the best wines to drink this Tu BiShvat.
Wines being tasted:
Teperberg Essence Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Shiloh Secret Reserve Shiraz 2017, and Shiloh Rose 2020
‘C’ Blanc du Castel 2019 (Chardonnay)
Flam Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve 2018
Yatir Creek Red 2016 (Syrah, Tannat, Malbec blend)