Make these fruit and nut dishes to celebrate Tu Bishvat, the Jewish Holiday of Trees

Tu Bishvat, the Jewish Holiday of Trees, begins on Sunday evening, Feb. 5. Also known as the New Year of Trees, Tu Bishvat is a time for tree planting and admiring nature, especially the beauty of trees. In Israel blossoming almond trees are considered a sign that the holiday has arrived, and almonds are a favorite item on Tu Bishvat menus.

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