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Challah Stuffing

Now I get a lot of questions about stuffing from relatives. Most of the time its because their stuffing comes out too wet. My response is I don’t use stale or baked challah pieces and I don’t use the usual 3 cups of liquid – I only use one. 376 more words


No Knead Challah

There are a lot of Challah recipes out there.  They range from sweet to savory and cover a wide range of origins.   Growing up, I found challah to be a somewhat dry and flavorless bread that was usually served with no butter or topping, and very often at the point when I was at my hungriest (it is a tradition to slice a challah at the end of the Saturday morning services) and I would have eaten anything.   574 more words

Sides & Salads

HOLLA for Challah..Bread!

It is freezing outside this lovely day in Stockholm. The thermostat reads  -19 degrees Celcius/ -2.2 degrees farenheit. I know it is a bit colder in New York but BRICK is BRICK! 1,404 more words


Bread of Heaven | My thoughts on bread | Challah recipe

I’m not going to lie. I. Love. Bread. Do I love bread a little bit too much? Perhaps. I didn’t realise how much I loved bread until watching… 743 more words

Cook Book

Foreign Flavours -- Israel: Challah + Home-made Hummus

A happy hannukah if ever there was one! Yummy!

CHALLAH RECIPE (from The Cuban Reuben)



Food: Traditional Soft, Fluffy Challah for Shabbat - Chabad.org

Shalom everyone! The following is a video of how to make traditional, soft, fluffy Challah bread for Shabbat from Chabad.org. Challah is a special braided bread traditionally eaten on… 79 more words


Challah Class, January 28!

We’ll have a Challah Class taught by Glyn on

Saturday, January 28th!

Location:  Melnyks’ House – ask for directions.

Time:  11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 26 more words