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Purim is a Jewish holiday to celebrate the Jewish people being saved from Haman. The tradition to eat hamantaschen on Purim appears to have begun in Europe. The name is derived from two German words: mohn (poppy seed) and taschen (pockets).

 The story of the joyous holiday of Purim might appear somber at first glance: It tells of the near destruction of the Jewish people as decreed by Haman, an adviser to the Persian King Ahasuerus. READ MORE

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Order Your Hamantaschen For Purim Parties

Available Wednesday, February 24, Thursday, February 25 and Friday, February 26

Mini Hamantaschen

Prune, Poppy, Apricot, Cherry, Chocolate Chip

$1.00 each - mini

Large Hamantaschen

Prune, Poppy, Apricot, Cherry, Chocolate Chip

$2.50 each – large

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