Just in time for Tu B’Shvat, Alix Wall reviews an unusual vegan cookbook dedicated to the seven species.
Bentonville, Arkansas had zero Jews in 1937. Today, around 100 live in the Bible Belt city, thanks to Walmart. The community flourishes — in unusual ways.
From the new cookbook, “The Seven Fruits of the Land of Israel,” comes a creative twist on the traditional carrot-raisin salad.
From the new cookbook, “The Seven Fruits of the Land of Israel,” this delicious protein-rich spread is a great starter for shabbat or a Tu B’Shvat seder.
There were wings, beers, giant TV screens, and football fans wearing Patriots sweatshirts. If not for the fact that it was 1 a.m. and Yair Lapid stood in the center of the bar, it could have been Anytown USA.