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Unbelievable hamantaschen!(it's not too late!) and challah


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Unbelievable hamantaschen!(it's not too late!) and challah

chompie | Mar 18, 2006 03:00 AM

At least I HOPE its not too late... I went to Zuckers Bakery in West Peabody, the day AFTER Purim(cuz i missed getting there on time before the holiday, and was still craving the good stuff) and they were still baking hamentaschen. I believe that they will keep baking it even now, but i am not totally sure.. Anyways, if you can call to make sure that you get there at baking time(which i think is all the time.. we were there at 3pm), you will have the most delicious hamentaschen straight out of the oven, too hot to eat the fillings even. It was an amazing cookie experience! They have poppy, rasberry, apricot and lemon. They also had the cakey/bready style poppy and prune. The prune cakey style made me feel that I was in another world from years ago. Also, get a challah fresh from the oven too hot to put in plastic too, for an amazing bread experience. They are a very authentic Montreal kosher bakery. Go west off Lowell Street from 128 or rte one, and stay to left past Hannafords. then go left on lake street. btw, if you want chinese after the breads, go to asiana grille in the hannafords plaza. Esp. the whole red snapper(well, not totally whole.. they filet it and remove head) and garlic noodles.

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