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Cooking Tu B’Shevat-style with Eli from ‘Top Chef,’ and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Bridget Kevane, who yesterday profiled late Argentinian dissident Jacobo Timerman, talks to his son, Héctor—now Argentina’s ambassador to the United States. Tu B’ Shevat begins at sundown. If you want to know more about this tree-hugging holiday, check out our FAQ. Want to make an appropriate Tu B’Shevat meal? Take your cue from Top Chef contestant Eli Kirshstein, now a chef at a Manhattan kosher steakhouse, who cooked for Tablet. Get further into the holiday spirit with Hadara Graubart’s look at the art in the collection of Isaac Sutton, which is botanically themed. In his column on this week’s haftorah, Liel Leibovitz dares, “Try to tell Sarah and Deborah apart”—that’s Palin and The Judge, respectively. The Scroll only hopes it can be that topical.

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