Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775
By:
Amy Kritzer, The Nosher via JTA
While children are noshing on hamantashen, the adults get to play with another tradition — boozing of course.
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This year, try adding some Haman’s “fingers” to your mishloach manot, the gift baskets Jews traditionally give one another on Purim.
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By:
Sharon Matten
Here are some savory hamantashen recipes you can make for family and friends for your Purim seudah.
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While living in the palace of King Ahashverus, Queen Esther consumed only vegetarian foods to maintain a kosher diet, so here are a few bean and vegetable dishes you can serve this Purim.
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By:
Taylor Orlin
Using these winter vegetables-based recipes can help you continue eating healthy and fresh.
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