You may think the season of gift-giving -- the season of cookies, of loaf cakes, of sticky caramels and candied nuts -- is long over. The time for dressing up in costume? So last October.
Enter Purim: a Jewish, end-of-winter celebration, a celebration of dressing up, of making noise, and of giving cookies, cakes, and candies. Whether you're celebrating or not, take advantage: the season of gift-giving is never over.
Joan Nathan's Chosen Hamantaschen by Joan Nathan
Clementine Pound Cake by SavvyJulie
Figgy Pudding Butter Cookies by Helenthenanny
Caramelized Crispy Rice Bark by Couldn't Be Parve
Flo Braker's Pains d'Amande by Genius Recipes
Pine Nut Brittle with Rosemary by Ms. T
Maple Yogurt Pound Cake by Rivka
Elsa's Rye Cookies by amanda
Teddie's Apple Cake by Genius Recipes
Spiced Pomegranate and Orange Caramels by kangarhubarb
Sage-Candied Walnuts by cristinasciarra