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- n. A triangular pastry traditionally eaten on Purim.
I had coffee and a hamentash at the Hungarian Pastry Shop with Fabulous Girl.
Like I said, however, the exact folding a hamentash may be divided by regional Jewish populations.
Professor Nelson, the last of the chemists to present, appealed to latke supporters with evidence that lies in the inherent structure of the hamentash and latke.
As I’m writing this, it strikes me as amusing that I started the day with a hamentash — a pastry from the Jewish holiday of Purim — and then went to a massive cathedral.