Shavuot will begin at sundown on May 14th this year. This Jewish festival celebrates the giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai, and the season's first harvest of fruits. It's customary to eat a dairy meal on Shavuot, reminding us of the land of milk and honey. So plan a delicious dairy food celebration on Shavuot, which is always celebrated on the 50th day after Passover. Send a special kosher dairy gift--cheesecake?-- to family and friends to mark this joyous holiday.