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News from Middle Tennessee's Jewish Community | Saturday, April 13, 2024
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Gourmet Hamantashen available Now in Nashville

Leave it to the Jews to have a cookie inspired by cultural annihilation! 


Hamantashen are the triangle-shaped filled cookies most associated with Purim, the most joyous of all Jewish holidays. Hamantashen, the classic Purim cookies, are eagerly awaited by everyone young and old. They are versatile and can be made from a good, sweet yeast dough, flaky dough or from a traditional cookie dough. The fillings can be mixed and matched. 


The Hamantash cookie is eaten on Purim, when we read from the Book of Esther, the Megillah, and celebrate the Megillah, and celebrate the triumph of good (Esther) over evil (Haman, who planned to destroy the Jewish people.) Purim is the most joyous of all Jewish holidays. 


Chabad of Nashville is offering delicious Hamantashen to share with family and friends, while celebrating the joyous holiday of Purim! 


These gourmet Hamantaschen will be baked by an authentic Hamantash bakery in Brooklyn New York, and will be offered in three different flavors, Raspberry, Poppy Seed, Apricot and chocolate chip, and will all be dipped in chocolate, to give a rich smooth taste. 


Orders can be placed at, and need to be placed by March 4th, for on time shipping before Purim. 


For more information feel free to call 615-646-5750   


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