Though during the year I try to keep my salads to the healthier side, for Tu B'shvat I treat my family and guests, to something a little more exotic. When I tasted this salad by my cousin Leah’les house some time ago, I knew it was one that I’d want to share. Whether you plate it and serve it to start off the meal, or serve it with the main, it’s sure to be a big hit.
“Have a leg up” with these absolutely adorable, fun and sweet clowns.
They're cute as a mishloach manos idea or a sign to display .
In addition to the Simchas Purim Clowns in the photo,you'll notice some GET WELL QUICK clowns as well. After Purim your children can repackage their loads and loads of candy and send it to the less fortunate.
“Say it with flowers”! More often than not, less is more when it comes to creating a neat and classy look. So put the “petal” to the medal and create this sleek and elegant package – your recipients will be “fleured”
With this inexpensive tray, (I got this one from a local dollar store) I figured I can skip a step of the packaging “process”. Prepare, bake, wrap and send, all on the tray – without spending time cutting either. With the easy prep and extra delicious “toppings”, you’re sure to score some real “Brownie points”.