Celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim with a fun activity: making groggers. Groggers (noisemakers) are traditionally used to drown out the sound of the name of the evil Haman, when the M'gillah (the story of Purim) is read aloud. Learn how to make your own groggers by recycling objects you have around the house.
Hamantaschen (three-cornered cookies eaten to celebrate Purim) are traditionally made with prune or poppy filling. Here are some new twists on an old favorite. Happy Purim