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melissa
 
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3-12-01

On Purim, it is customary to send baskets (containing at least 2 different types of food) to friend's and family. I like to use strawberry containers. Decorate with ribbon (weaving is a great activity for 3's and 4's!) and fill with colorful tissue paper and treats! The children are always excited to exchange their baskets!


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Kari
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Date: 3-23-00

Can't fail Hamentashen 1cup sugar 6 tablespoons water 1 cup butter 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs 4 cups flour Filling: jams or chocolate candies preheat oven to 375 cream sugar and shortening. Add eggs continue creaming until smooth. Stir in water and vanilla. Add sifted flour until dough forms a ball. wrap in wax paper and refrigerate at least 12 hours. When ready to bake, pinch off pieces of dough and roll out on flat surface. cut with a 3 inch round cookie cutter or glass. Place filling in the center of each round. Pinch the 3 sides together to form a triangle. Place on greased cookie sheet and bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Makes 35-40 Hamantashen. * prune and poppy seeds are the traditional fillings.