Not only is toast trendy (ahem, avocado toast, anyone?), but its humility—carrying its toppings on its back—is also perfect for letting the symbolism of Tu b’Shevat shine through.
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On a chilly fall night sitting in the sukkah, nothing is better than a warm bowl of soup. Think about it: like the sukkah, soup is built from the basics and nourishing.
Kale, chickpeas and lemon are the winning combination here—satisfying, earthy and lemony at the same time. A hunk of bread to go with is strongly encouraged.
The combination of coconut milk, chicken broth, red lentils and cumin seeds make this a bowl of creamy earthy yumminess. Tastes vary from kid to kid, of course, but this soup has both my two- and five-year-old daughters licking the bowl.