Twelve Months, Three Corners

I love the Purim season as much as the next Jew, but there is always one thing missing from my Purim hype: Hamantashen. It isn’t that I don’t like hamantashen.  On the contrary, I love hamantashen so much, I eat them all year round! This video is my (short) personal quest to find out if I’m the only one…

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12 Responses to “Twelve Months, Three Corners”

  1. Jonathan Says:

    i def need some more hamantashen in my life!!
    thanks for the cute vid Liz.

    rock on!

  2. Risa Says:

    this is great – you gotta put a little blurb about it on the Cookin’ homepage though homey.

  3. DIce Says:

    Being a non-jew I am unfamiliar with the hamantashen craze(yeah I just copied and pasted that because I don’t know how to spell it). Their is obviously some joyous laugh-inducing chemical in it so I’m clearly down for a try.

  4. Avigail Says:

    As usual – Dr. Elizabeth Puddingstein enlightens and charms!

    Thanks for sharing, Liz.

  5. glick Says:

    bravo cookie face.

  6. Ariela Says:

    On many a Jewish bakery visit I have pondered the very same question… After all, why shouldn’t such a delectable item be enjoyed all year round? Love the video, keep ‘em coming, and happy Purim!

  7. Ellen Says:

    Hi Liz, I love Cookin’ and this video, too. ‘Joyous laugh-inducing chemical’–great!

  8. Ellen Says:

    p.s. Love from Aunt Ellen..

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