Wild Blueberry Filling


January 29th 2013By Felisa Billet


Why Do We Drink on Purim?

Pour Out The Kosher Wine -Into a Glass of Course!

February 27th 2012By Rabbi Lawrence


What Are Mishloach Manot?

mishloach manot

March 7th 2012By Rabbi Lawrence


VIDEO How To: Hamantaschen

hamantashen video

February 24th 2015By J.O.K Taster


Vegan Pie Pops From Hannah

Pie Pops

February 2nd 2012By Hannah Kaminsky


Themed Purim Seudah Menu Ideas *Giveaway*

Purim Seudah Menus Collage

February 25th 2015By Rivka Lieberman


The Ten Best Hamantaschen Recipes


February 26th 2012By Hadassah Sabo Milner


The Flavors of Persia

big bowl of meatballs in tomato sauce and basil

March 2nd 2011By Chef Laura Frankel

Where has this food been all my life? Persian food has the same sensibility that I have with ingredients and how to handle them. The cuisine takes advantage of seasonal and fresh ingredients. There are no bags of frozen vegetables, over processed packaged products or jars of dusty dried herbs. This food scream fresh. The flavors are simple and elegant. I love it!


Thanksgiving Inspired Savory Hamantaschen

Thanksgiving Hamantaschen

February 27th 2014By Melinda Strauss


Take Down the Carbs This Purim

fruit punch

February 16th 2012By Nechama Cohen


Smoked Salmon Horseradish Hamantashen


March 1st 2015By Tamar Genger MA, RD

When making these savory smoked salmon hamantashen, I figured I would make it easy and use store bought puff pastry, but what I found was that they would not hold their shape when I cooked them. After looking around I found a great post form Pragmatic Attic about making triangle shaped puffs and then filling them after wards. That worked perfectly and I found that it was even better for this particular filing which really doesn't need to be cooked. Make your puffs and keep them at room temperature until ready to serve when you can fill them quickly and easily for gorgeous hamanatshen every one will love.


Revenge of the Hamentashen


January 31st 2010By Jay Eidelman


Purim Seudah Menus From All Around The Globe

Papardelle with White Beans and Olives

February 1st 2012By Tamar Genger MA, RD


Purim Recipes – Treats Beyond Belief

Peanut Butter Chocolate Balls

February 20th 2012By Allaya Fleischer


Purim Panic!!!


March 15th 2011By Jamie Geller

Dear Jamie, Purim starts right after Shabbat is over and I am so panicked! How I am going to get everything done for the seudah, what with cleaning up from Shabbat and all? Is there any way to prepare in advance? What advice can you give me to keep my cool and stop my panic? Thanks, Heather in Toronto


Purim in Crimea – Simferopol Jewish Community Thanks Kosher.com for Holiday Supplies


March 14th 2010By Jamie Geller


Purim DIY packaging Ideas


February 22nd 2012By Tamar Genger MA, RD


Purim Confessions – Win an “Oh Nuts” Gift Basket!!


March 16th 2011By Jamie Geller


Purim Baskets


March 14th 2011By Alison and Jeff Nathan

If you’re the type of person who likes gift giving, especially treats from your kitchen, then Purim is the holiday for you! You probably look forward to the holiday as much as my family. When my kids were young, we would make a whole day out of it. I especially enjoy the making of hamantaschen. Holiday cookbooks are full of poppy seed, prune, chocolate, and even jelly-filled recipes…they’re all good, but I like my own special creations the best!


Purim Around the Web


January 31st 2010By Jay Eidelman