Saturday, March 15, 2014

Hamantashen, and More Hamantashen

The Jewish holiday, Purim, begins this evening.  I took the precaution of ordering some hamantashen from, because this year I have no Jewish neighbors to bring me any.  I'm saving them for tonight and tomorrow.
I remember one year when Mom and I received so many hamantashen that we had to put most of them in the freezer; so many that we were still eating them at Chanukkah!


Carol@simple_catholic said...

This is probably a dumb question but what is hamantashen? I am not familiar with a lot of Jewish holidays/customs.


Rochelle said...

I changed the word "hamantashen" into a link for anyone who may not know what they are.
And it was certainly not a dumb question.