Kosher Cooking blog, I apologize. And for those of you who count on seeing only super healthy recipes here, I apologize too. But I just couldn't resist posting these photos here.
We have been busy making hamantashen for the upcoming Jewish holiday of Purim. If you have never made these, you should. Now. Read about their history and meaning on Wikipedia.
And then hop on over to my other blog to check out the recipe - either this one (especially for Nutella lovers), or this one (if you want a fun, happy version).
Have you ever made Hamentashen? What do you like to fill them with?
Hi! I'm Rivki Locker, an ordinary person who lives a harried, busy life like you do. I created this blog to share my ideas about how to eat healthy without spending all day shopping, eating, cooking, and measuring portions.
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