Hamantaschen are a traditional treat to eat on Purim every year. In the past, these favorites have been filled with limited choices like poppy seed, prune and apricot. Join Rabbi Amy Weiss as she presents a new array of flavored dough to create exciting flavor combinations for these three cornered pastries that will be sure creations will be sure to delight children and adults alike.
Rabbi Weiss grew up in Dallas, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and was ordained at Hebrew Union College in New York City. In addition to being the executive director of the Initiative for Jewish Women, Weiss is the resident chef for Houston Hillel, cooking Shabbat dinner for 60 students each week in addition to providing homemade lunches and snacks for the students.