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Refreshing heart-shaped watermelon ice-pops filled with creamy frozen coconut yogurt. A delicious Valentines treat!

Watermelon & coconut ice-lollies

Watermelon and coconut ice-lollies for Tu B'Av - the Jewish festival of love - Family-Friends-Food

Six events occurred on Tu B'Av, the 15th of Av, making it a festive day in the…

Six events occurred on Tu B'Av, the of Av, making it a festive day in the Jewish calendar.

Tu B'av: The Jewish Valentine's Day that came from prehistory - Jewish World Features - Israel News | Haaretz

Tu B'av: The Jewish Valentine's Day that came from prehistory - Jewish World Features - Israel News

Tu B'Av - טו באב, the 15th Day of the Hebrew month of Av, was celebrated in the time of the Second Temple period (before the fall of Jerusalem in 70 C.E.) marking the beginning of the grape harvest.

Tu B'Av - טו באב, the Day of the Hebrew month of Av, was celebrated in the time of the Second Temple period (before the fall of Jerusalem in 70 C.) marking the beginning of the grape harvest.

Dancing in the Moonlight Tu B'Av

Tu B'Av: the greater the descent, the greater the ascent

Looking for Love on Tu B'Av?. Celebrate Tu B'Av, the Jewish Love Day, with the Perfect Heart-Shaped Desserts!!

Looking for Love on Tu B'Av?

Celebrate Tu B'Av, the Jewish Love Day, with the Perfect Heart-Shaped Cookies and Cakes!

Looking for Love on Tu B'Av?. Celebrate Tu B'Av, the Jewish Love Day, with the Perfect Heart-Shaped Desserts!!

Looking for Love on Tu B'Av?

Looking for Love on Tu B'Av? Celebrate Tu B'Av, the Jewish Love Day, with the Perfect Heart-Shaped Desserts!

The Tu B'Av Page

Websites, images and videos for Tu B'Av - August 2017

Embracing Tu B'Av - a joyful new holiday with some important lessons | Jewish Women's Archive

Embracing Tu B'Av - a joyful new holiday with some important lessons

Love in the holy city: AHAVA The Hebrew love sign at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem celebrating tu b'av, the jewish day of love 22/7/13

In 1977 he created a Hebrew version with the four letter word Ahava (אהבה "love" in Hebrew) using Cor-ten steel, for the Israel Museum Art Garden in Jerusalem, Israel.

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