Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Mom's Cookbooks

My newest column at Cooking for US is live. It's a piece about how I'm starting to explore older recipes from Mom's and Dave's cookbooks. The recipe I featured is Hamantaschen, a triangular cookie with a fruit filling in an open center. The cookie historically represents an evil-doer's hat, and is typically baked during the Jewish holiday of Purim. I don't usually stand on ceremony, especially when it comes to cookies, so I tried the recipe recently before the heatwave started.

Here's the link to the story.

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