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Our family likes to celebrate Valentine’s Day, which I realize isn’t a Jewish holiday, but makes for harmless fun, especially when the grandkids are involved. Some of the best times are when we cook together. The children feel proud of their efforts and wind up with something delicious. I get to pass on a zillion bits of wisdom and, hopefully, some good memories of their Grandma for down the road.
According to the Telegraph, tiramisu is the Italian word non-Italian speakers know best — after pizza, spaghetti, espresso and mozzarella. Given it’s delightful texture and taste, that’s no surprise to me. Thankfully, the delicious confection is nearly as easy to make as it is to enjoy.
Hiker Steve Rock created these healthy, delicious snacks and cautions that they will “kick you down the trail a bit.” As they energize you for your day, they might also awaken our awareness of the seven species of the land of Israel — two grains and five fruits. This recipe uses almost all of them. Enjoy them on a hike or as you plant a tree on Tu B’Shvat.