The Week Before Purim Is Legally Obligated to Drag

It’s Friday, Friday, Friday afternoon, and that means it’s time to look back at the week:

Have you tried our Hamantaschen recipe yet? Tried any creative fillings for hamantaschen recently? Or you could make chocolate hamantaschen with a chocolate ganache filling.

On Purim we give each other little gift bags or baskets. Make two and give them out on Sunday.

Speaking of which–Saturday night and Sunday are Purim. Get out your graggers! And your vodka! If you don’t have a costume yet, here are some ways to throw together a quick one on the cheap.

Our new Purim video is here, and it’s adorable. Obviously.

Yesterday we celebrated the Jews of Ireland (fine, and that guy St. Patrick) and fasted for the Fast of Esther.
And that’s all folks. It’s Friday, so let’s spend the next three minutes or so thinking about if we want to sit in the front of the back seat.

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