Word of the Day Oznei Haman: Ears of a Villain

Is the triangular Purim pastry a depiction of Haman's hat, pocket or ears?

The miracle of Purim may be how Queen Esther helped save the Jews of ancient Persia, but its culinary counterpart is how one three-cornered pastry manages to represent so many (well, three, actually – one for each corner?) of the Purim villain’s body parts or elements of his attire: Haman’s hat, his pocket and his ears.