Tonight marks the beginning of Purim, the Jewish holiday that all of us sweet lovers know for the hamantashen—triangular, jam-filled crumbly cookies traditionally eaten on the holiday. Fillings range from poppy seeds, to prunes, to almost any fruit preserve imaginable. So tell us: What's your favorite hamantash filling?
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