Tagged Challah

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Strawberry and Chocolate Challah

  The Challah Hub girls make incredible and very unusual types of challah’s, check out their blog here – challahhub.com Here they make a special heart-shaped challah for Valentine’s Day with strawberries and chocolate with Caroline Artiss. Ingredients: 1 cup warm water 1 package Rapid Rise Yeast 4 cups of flour (we recommend Gold’s “Better…

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Chai on Challah

Although the word challah simply means “loaf” in Hebrew, there is no food more associated with Jewish ritual and tradition than the challah. And based on Instagram photos, the baking craze that has swept the nation during the quarantine shows that home bakers are working on more than sourdough starter. Whether sweet or savory, we…

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Peaches and Herb Challah

Fresh Peach Challah It’s peach season and this is a great way sweeten your challah. Recipe from Vintage Kitchen. Ingredients: 7 ½ to 8 cups all-purpose flour 2 ½ cups warm water 2 Tbs active dry yeast 1/3 cup + 1 Tbs sugar 3 large eggs (at room temperature) ½ cup vegetable oil 2 teaspoons…

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Custom cookbooks unite families around their culinary heritage

PHOTO: A page from a custom family cookbook, above, created by photographer Sarah Arnoff Yeoman shows a family cooking matzo brei together. Sarah recently photographed her own family cooking traditional recipes together including, at right, her father, Richard Arnoff, making the family-favorite matzo brei.   After the death of her grandmother and great-grandmother, photographer Sarah…

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Cooking up Food Memories

Thanksgiving is a special holiday for kosher chef Paula Shoyer. “Thanksgiving is such a beautiful American holiday and since it is always on Thursday, Shabbat comes up 24 hours later,” says Paula. “My American and Jewish culinary traditions come together with 48 hours of gratitude.” For the Shabbat after Thanksgiving, Paula says she traditionally makes…