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Should I get hamentashcen at Butterflake?

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vallevin Feb 22, 2010 01:50 PM

I need to get a healthy platter of hamentaschen for my DH's office. Should I splurge for Butterflake or Korn's?

Any suggestions for a Teaneck purchase are welcome

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    Kosher Critic Feb 23, 2010 07:21 AM

    I wish I could recommend either but both are substandard. Korn's is a rock-hard, super crumbly pastry with a small amount of very-artificial tasting filling. Butterflake is better but still a poor example of what a hamentash should be.

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      brooklynkoshereater Mar 1, 2010 06:13 PM

      I can't speak to Butterflake's hamantaschen, but I just had their cupcakes and found them somewhat lacking.

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        vallevin Mar 1, 2010 07:34 PM

        Thanks to the snowstorm and both cars being out of whack...he went it in with nothing. I will say the Oberlanders I had at a friends house were pretty good.

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          DeisCane Mar 2, 2010 06:00 AM

          We had Butterflake at our shul party. They were good, not great.

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            daphnar Mar 4, 2010 11:09 AM

            Must admit, too lazy to bake this year and picked up the Oberlanders (2 packages for $5) at the local Stop N Shop supermarket. Thought they were excellent for packaged.

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          KosherChef Mar 2, 2010 09:32 AM

          I dont know about how "healthy" Hamentashen will be but I bought the ones from Zaydies and everyone in the fam said they were the best they ever had.

          As all fallback, I always thought the Riesmans ones were pretty good.

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            GilaB Mar 2, 2010 09:33 AM

            I toss the Riesman's ones uneaten, but I suppose different strokes for different folks.

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