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  • Hamantash — Homemade prune hamantashen A hamantash (also spelled hamentasch, homentash, homentasch, (h)umentash, pluralized with en or n {sometimes singular is spelled this way also}; Yiddish המן־טאַש) is a pastry in Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine recognizable for …   Wikipedia

  • Hamantash — Hamantashen caseros. El hamantash (transcrito también hamentasch, homentash, homentasch, (h)umentash, plural con en o n a veces el singular también se escribe con este sufijo ; yidis המן־טאַש) es un dulce de la gastronomía judía asquenazí,… …   Wikipedia Español

  • hamantash — /hah meuhn tahsh , hum euhn , hoom /, n., pl. hamantashen / tah sheuhn/. hamantasch. * * * …   Universalium

  • hamantash — ha·man·tash …   English syllables

  • hamantash — noun see hamantasch * * * /hah meuhn tahsh , hum euhn , hoom /, n., pl. hamantashen / tah sheuhn/. hamantasch …   Useful english dictionary

  • Latke-Hamantash Debate — The Latke Hamantash Debate is a humorous academic debate about the relative merits and meanings of these two items of Jewish cuisine. The debate originated at the University of Chicago in 1946 [ [http://magazine.uchicago.edu/0512/features/puns.sht… …   Wikipedia

  • hamantasch —    , hamantash    (HAH man tahsh) [Yiddish] A Jewish pastry, shaped like a triangular pocket, filled with poppy seeds, nuts, raisins, and honey, or with prune paste, eaten at the feast of Purim …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • Matthew Stolper — Matthew Wolfgang Stolper is Professor of Assyriology and the John A. Wilson Professor of Oriental Studies in the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago. He received a B.A. from Harvard in 1965, an M.A. from the University of Michigan in… …   Wikipedia

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  • Fazuelos — Fazuelos, fijuelas or deblas are traditional Jewish pastries. They are the Sephardic equivalent to the Ashkenazi hamantashen. They represent Haman s ears and they are usually eaten for Purim, although some families eat them for Yom Kippur.… …   Wikipedia

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