Tu Bishvat Seders

January 20, 2012


So you’re interested in celebrating Tu Bishvat. Many of us didn’t grow up celebrating this holiday, but with its deep connection to trees and the environment, meaningful attributes associated with food, and room for innovation and adaptation, it’s easily become a favorite holiday for many.

For a quick overview of a Tu Bishvat seder (seder, meaning order in Hebrew, is used here to mean a meal eaten in an ordered way — think of a Passover seder), check out our video (below), booklet or this introductory article.

Ready to jump in? Here are some of our favorite guides to hosting your own Tu Bishvat seder: