Hamentashen: in Hebrew they are called Ozneh Haman, which means, the ears of Haman. Hamen was a villain in the Purim story. Hamentashen are triangle fruit cookies served and eaten during the Jewish holiday of Purim which falls this year on March 8th. The story of Hamen and Purim appear in the Biblical book of Esther. Purim commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people in the ancient Persian Empire( now Iran) from the destruction of a plot by Haman. Purim is often celebrated by attending children�s carnival celebrations as well as the giving of food gifts to friends (including Hamentashen) and gifts to charity. The Hamentaschen shape is achieved by folding the sides of a circular piece of dough with a filling of apricot, prune,...
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