Visit a kosher bakery just before Purim as thousands of hamantashen—the preferred Purim treat—are prepared, and see what goes into making these delectable delights.

Let’s Bake Hamantashen

Let’s Bake Hamantashen

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Let's Bake Hamantashen

Visit a kosher bakery just before Purim as thousands of hamantashen—the preferred Purim treat—are prepared, and see what goes into making these delectable delights.
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Lois Willard Venice March 10, 2014

hamentashen When I was growing up in Roxbury, Ma. in the late 40's the hamentashen size was double the size I see today..love the poppy seed but long for the days of the larger size. Had a neighbor that used to make them, awesome...also my grandmother worked at the Aperian Plaza & was a baker...yum Reply

Anonymous venice, florida February 10, 2014

love hamantashen i always watch the video when i am on chabad.org Reply

anonymous colonie new york, usa,NY via old.chabad.org April 4, 2013

huh?! we couldn't hear Reply

Anonymous saint John N.B., Canada March 9, 2012

hamentashen They look delicious. You should include the recipe. Reply

Robert Torres Mayaguez, Puerto Rico March 7, 2012

Purim Though I was raised catholic I had many Jewish friends who would share hamantashen with me. It has been over 30 years since I have been able sample them. But would like to thank you for the video. and to wish you all a Happy Purim. Reply

Anonymous bklyn, ny February 9, 2010

tasting those delicious hamantaschen it would be a bigger sanctification of G-d's name if a loud blessing would be made. Thanx for the enjoyable entertainment! Reply

Yossi March 11, 2009

hygiene where are the gloves for the handlers?! Reply

Roman Zeltser via arielonline.com March 2, 2007

As I told you earlier, better web page header makes a difference. It looks much better! Happy Purim! Reply

Anonymous February 28, 2007

Haman was evil so why do we eat the hat of an evil man on Purim? Reply

shterny grossbaum setauket, new york via chabadsb.com February 26, 2007

purim YUm YUM. those hamentashen look good. Reply

a crown heights mommy brooklyn, ny via kids.tzivoshashem.org February 23, 2007

brocha?! we know the "rabbi" must have made a brocha (blessing), although for educational purposes it would have been nice to see it. Reply