Friday, February 22, 2013

Who Can Resist These Hamantaschen?

Traditional Hamantaschen

Hamantaschen unchained!

Gotta try these marble coconut Hamantaschen

Anything flavored with peanut butter and chocolate is all right by me! 
Just a fabulous selection of Hamantaschen recipes can be found on buzzfeed, here


  1. Peanut butter and chocolate, God help us all.

    Poppy seeds, Dr. Goska. Poppy seeds.

    1. LR, I LOVE poppy seeds!

      But I also love updating traditions!

      Peanut butter and chocolate -- who can object???

  2. Please, Dr. Goska! Do not tempt us with delicious food on your blog. There are enough images of tasty food elsewhere.

    Seriously, now, even food has now become a matter of Polonophobia. This dude, in or near Hamtramck, Michigan, has mocked Poles as "fat and stupid" because they eat paczki. To see this, please click on my name in this specific posting. Bieganski is alive and well even in the culinary world.

    Though not intended for this purpose, your blogspot reminds us that other nationalities have fattening pastries. I assume that Hamantaschen is German. If so, note that no one goes around saying Germans are "fat and stupid" because of the pastries they eat.

  3. Thanks so much. A great part of our Polish culinary heritage. LOVE hamentaschen!


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