Filed under Purim

Did you give them butter for their hands?

Did you give them butter for their hands?

Read about the wonderful daughter-mother-grandmother team that brought us a taste of a Sudanese Purim at a recent Wimshul Cooks workshop. Click on the links in the text to find the recipes. As well as making baklava and date stuffed biscuits in the session, we enjoyed a slice of Daisy’s grandmother’s busbusa which we ate whilst drinking … Continue reading

Hamantaschen – WimShul style!

Hamantaschen – WimShul style!

Anyone entering the Shul building this Wednesday afternoon would have been met by the glorious aroma of freshly baked hamantaschen. This morning was the Wimshul Cooks’ Purim bake-in which was a truly ‘hands-on’ and inter-generational event, enjoyed by the nursery, baby and toddler group, and adult education classes. Two baking stations were set up – one for … Continue reading

Hamantaschen – Texas style!

Hamantaschen – Texas style!

By Carra Kane Making Hamantaschen is something I only started doing since becoming a parent. When Jadyn was in Reception, I knew the best way for the little ones to remember me and the Jewish stories I read to them, was through food! I pre-made the dough, rolled it out and made dozens of “pre-cut” … Continue reading