Spicing Up Your Kitchen on Tu Bishvat Tel Aviv Table Podcast

This week host Daniella Cheslow loads the show with dried fruit and nuts since we're celebrating the Jewish holiday of Tu BiShvat.

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Dried fruit on sale at Carmel Market.
Dried fruit on sale at Carmel Market.Credit: Ofer Vaknin
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Noga Brenner Samia, Deputy Director of BINA secular yeshiva in Tel Aviv, unpacks just what this holiday is.

Food tour guide Inbal Baum takes us on a walk through the spice shops of the Levinsky Market.

Claudia Roden, the doyenne of Middle Eastern food, gives tips for mixing dried fruit into Moroccan cooking. Travel writer Yuval Ben Ami talks about the wonderful dried fruit desserts he ate in Yerevan.

Dr. Elaine Solowey remembers sprouting the world’s oldest date seed.

And the owner of Shapiro brewery tells his sorry tale of a new ban on internet advertising for alcohol companies in Israel.

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