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Purim is coming to the end.

I hope all who celebrated enjoyed the holiday.

I apologize for not posting greetings yesterday.
 

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Who baked, or at least ate hamantaschen? What kind?
 

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There were some with raspberry jam on sale at the local Turkish grocery. We live in a very multicultural part of town. We also had some other type of sweets with poppyseed filling, which is a favorite with everyone in my family, but nobody wanted to bake.
 
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Another year gone by.

Purim begins this Wednesday evening.
 

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Have a joyous Purim, all who celebrate!

I've had the privilege to see a really beautiful Scroll of Esther a few years ago.
 

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Chocolate hazelnut hamentaschen as well as Irish cream ones (I reduced the sugar due to diabetes since I didn't want to get sick.) I shared the Irish cream ones with a couple of the Celtic Studies instructors since St. Patrick's Day was the same time as Purim. :oops:

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