Haman's Ear, or Oznei Haman in Hebrew and known as hamantash elsewhere, is a three-cornered pastry, eaten during Purim. The name is derived from the Biblical character Haman, the villain from the book of Esther whose defeat Purim celebrates. On Rechov Sumsum, in a Purim episode, Moishe Oofnik, as Haman, explains how he invented the pastry, having rejected Haman's Foot and Haman's Nose.
In a follow-up segment, Kippi Ben Kippod reports that a giant Haman's Ear has escaped from a bakery in Ramat Gan. This monstrous, ravenous foodstuff, with a lolling tongue and sharp teeth but no limbs, proceeds to chase Moishe around the studio.