The Festival of Shavu'ot contains a fascinating symmetry of giving and receiving. The terminology of matan (מתן, "presenting") Torah as opposed to kabalat (קבלת, "receiving") Torah illustrates this point beautifully. Shavu'ot celebrates the giving of the "first fruits," where during Temple times, fruits were presented to the High Priest.
Additionally, Shavu'ot is especially enjoyed on kibbutzim and agricultural communities throughout Israel where they celebrate their successes of the year – wheat, fruit, and, notably, dairy! This is why it's common to make and share cheesecakes, blintzes, and other dairy treats with family and friends. What will you be giving and receiving this year?