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Tag Archives: fruit
The first time I tasted a no-bake fresh fruit pie was two years ago when I was visiting family in the United States. A guest brought my parents two fresh blueberry pies. Fresh fruit loses a lot of its nutritional … Continue reading
I have bought a small, netted melon, expecting it to be orange cantaloupe, only to cut it open and discover pale green flesh. Continue reading
There are 144 apricot pits in a peanut butter jar on my kitchen counter. I collected stamps, coins, and erasers. My kids collect apricot pits. The spinner craze has hit Israel, and kids around the country are spinning away with … Continue reading
As the holiday of Shavuot nears, the smell of cheesecake is in the air. Well, not just yet, but at least the recipes are already flying around the internet and the playground benches. We eat cheesecake on Shavuot because it … Continue reading
“A land of wheat and barley, and grapes and figs and pomegranates, a land of oil-olives and (date) honey.” (Deuteronomy 8:8) Everyone in Israel agrees that Tu B’Shvat is a time to eat fruit. What type of fruit varies from … Continue reading