December 3rd, 2010
11:15 AM ET
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Steven Weinberger is a Senior Systems/Software Developer at CNN and maintains Kosherblog.net. Follow him on Twitter @KosherDIY.

The darndest things show up on our desks. Usually they're edible or drinkable (no, thank YOU, makers of smooth, elegant Courvosier Connoisseur), but few make us as giddy as a flash drive loaded with pictures of the latest creations by our resident Kosher kitchen wizard Steven Weinberger.

We didn't get a whole lot of details this time - "The pictures speak for themselves," he e-mailed. But when he materialized at the end of the day to join the rest of us in getting a surreptitious peek at David Hasselhoff across the office (again, did we mention the weird things that show up here?) he mentioned he'd augmented these holiday hamantaschen (a three-cornered pastry with a filling in the center) with a batter made from some funnel cake mix he'd bought at Bed, Bath & Beyond, sticks and 375°F Wesson vegetable oil.

Light the menorah, fire up the fryer and have a deliciously deep-fried Hanukkah!



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  1. Justin Harritt

    USB flash drive is a data storage device. And it is typically removable and rewritable gadget It is utilized by the more number of peoples like engineers, students etc. It consists of a flash reminiscence built-in with USB interface.,*

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    May 5, 2013 at 6:24 am | Reply
  2. lex

    why are we eating hamantaschen for chanukah? they're for purim...

    December 6, 2010 at 11:31 am | Reply
  3. joie k

    did anyone else notice that the middle one looks oddly like a christmas tree?

    December 4, 2010 at 8:14 pm | Reply
  4. michele

    This looks delectable! I'm crazy for hamantaschen!

    December 3, 2010 at 12:58 pm | Reply
  5. Jerv

    Mmmm, I'm going to try this.

    December 3, 2010 at 12:03 pm | Reply

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