Some of my favorite Jewish treats—hamantaschen, matzoh brei—are only available at certain times of the year. This may add to their specialness, but it’s nice to know that others, like rugelach, are available year-round.

To find out which local bakery makes the best rugelach around, we asked you to name your favorites, then we hit the road. (Though we would have liked to taste all of the suggestions—especially the homemade versions—we didn’t have enough time or room in our stomachs.) See what we said about Boston’s best rugelach, then let us know your own tasting notes in the comments.

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