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Meet Fruit Head Guy, the newest addition to your family during the Jewish holiday of Tu BiSh'Vat

This messy project blossoms into a beautiful tree

Watch these Shalom Sesame videos with your children to learn about Tu BiSh’vat, then try some of the fun discussion ideas and activities recommended by Reform Jewish educators.

You may have heard of a Passover seder, but did you know that many people celebrate Tu BiSh'vat with seders also?

You may have heard of a Passover seder, but did you know that many people celebrate Tu BiSh'vat with seders also?

You may have heard of a Passover seder, but did you know that many people celebrate Tu BiSh'vat with seders also?

Flowers? Check. Band? Check. Now learn about the chuppah, ketubah, and rings that you will need for your wedding.

Flowers? Check. Band? Check. Now learn about the chuppah, ketubah, and rings that you will need for your wedding.

These Hanukkah chocolate morsels are as rich as any to be found in Europe, then or now. Although these filled truffles cannot be flattened like a coin, they can be individually wrapped in malleable gold foil to evoke the image of metallic coins. Each truffle contains less than 1/8th teaspoon alcohol, which helps to "cook" the yolks in this mixture. One tablespoon of orange juice can be substituted, but it will slightly alter the taste and consistency.

A friend of mine described tasting some chocolate as "more" - as in, each bite makes him want more chocolate. That is how I think about Hanukkah: It creates more opportunities for chocolate! Here are eight ideas to add more chocolate to each night's celebration of Hanukkah.