purim tradition


breads bakery
on east 16th

having sampled



they were lining up
waiting
 to order
to pay



what?
humantaschen

its purm!



those are not very traditional
they're filled with
chocolate

traditional puim humantaschen are
prune or poppyseed filled
occasionally you'll find some with fruit fillings

breads bakery has a huge assortment
better hurry if you want some
purim will be over before you realized it was here






9 comments:

  1. Yummmmmm!!!!!!! My grandmother made the most awesome poppyseed humantaschen.

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  2. And yet another thing we can attribute to immigrants - good food!!!

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  3. Let's never stop celebrating the downfall of brutal idiots!

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  4. The place is packed. I can't recall ever hearing of this stuff before.

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  5. A new word for me, but they look yummy, I think I'd like the poppyseed version best.

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  6. As soon as I heard it was Purim these are what I thought of.

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  7. My goodness, these look delicious, but as much as I love chocolate, I would definitely opt for the prune (first) or poppyseed (second) filling.
    xo.

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  8. Poppyseed, my favorite. My grandma's sister married into a Polish family. Tradition equaled FOOD! :-) My grandma learned many new recipes from her sister, Alice.
    How fun that my sister married into a Polish family as well. She also had many baking lessons from her husband's grandma. ;-) Yummy! Poppyseed is a favorite.
    Thank your for sharing!
    Carla

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  9. Love humantaschen!!! It's super yummy, especially poppyseed and chocolate. Purim is such a happy holiday:)
    Jessi

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