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Make, Share, and Enjoy Special Purim Treats!

Make and share Purim cookies, cake, and more, and other delicious Purim foods from around the world!

 

Our recipe collection also includes Purim cocktails. Tradition says that on Purim we should drink enough so we don’t know the difference between our hero Mordechai and our villain Haman. This is only intended for those for whom it is safe, and outright drunkenness is not encouraged. (check out A Sober Person's Guide to Jewish Holidays). The idea behind this tradition is that this is a time to LET LOOSE, which does not require alcohol. It can also mean dancing, dressing in costumes, telling goofy jokes, hanging out with friends, or making a fancy mocktail.

Check out the recipes below for inspiration!

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Tiropitakia • Greek Phyllo Triangles

Recipe by Nicholas Savroulakis

Image by Nikita Tikhomirov

Esther's Persia-Politan

by Jamie Geller

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Mordechai Mai Tai

*non-alcoholic substitutes provided*

by Deborah Rood Goldman

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Party Punch for Kids & Adults

Recipe by Tori Avey

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