Sweet or savory, it's a symbol of Purim, a holiday of survival with lessons for our time
Oh my, Ruth, what a busy and ambitious gal you've been. Everything sounds and looks delish. I hope there'll be some in the freezer. Another great, thoughtful article.
Beautiful Hamantaschen, Ruth,and thank you for your thoughtful assessment of what’s going on in our world. But tonight, happy Purim celebrating with your family! ❤️
I love this article and probably because I just love Hamantaschens they remind me of a rolled cookie my grandmother use to make even though the shape isn’t even close to those beautiful triangles. I did purchase prune and raspberry last week at Manhattan Bread Co… just had to have one but I’m sure your homemade ones really are fabulous. Yes let’s pray for all villains to come to see something better than hate! Love and possibilities together.
Thank you , Maggie
Creative hamentaschen! Now we're talking! Now I have your permission to throw tradition to the wind, I'm thinking Nutella, the commercial kind with the bad ingredients. By the way, do try the Earl Grey recipe. I hate Earl Grey tea, but it does indeed transform into something else in baking. I make an Earl Grey cake with white chocolate cream cheese frosting, and it is SO much better than it sounds.