When shopping these days, it appears that a "normal hamentash" is about 2 inches or more per side, and "mini hamentashen" are about 1" per side. Is it just me, or did it used to be that the 1" ones were "normal", and the 2" were "jumbo"?
What size was a traditional hamentash? Have they always been large, or is this part of 21st-century America's portion distortion?
(Can anyone comment on the size of Israeli hamentashen? In centimeters, I guess ...)