RECIPE: PRETZEL CHALLAH — molly yeh
i thought it would be an edgy thing to do to play around with chemicals that require safety goggles. baking soda? that's for ninnies. real pretzel makers use lye! i promise you i looked really un-edgy though, wearing my oven mitts with gallon-sized ziploc bags over them as hand protection. (i gotta
Jessamyn's Sephardic Challah Recipe
Jessamyn Waldman, founder of Hot Bread Kitchen, grew up in Canada eating challah, the Jewish Sabbath bread. Unlike the eggy challahs of the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe, this version comes from the Sephardic Jews of the Mediterranean, who flavored their challahs with caraway and anise. Many challahs are braided, but this one is twisted into a round, turban-shaped loaf. More Breads from Around the World
Preparing for Shabbat: A Visit to a Challah Bakery in Bnei Brak, Israel
While visiting Tel Aviv a few weeks ago, I spent a few Thursday night hours in Bnei Brak, located in the Dan metropolitan region east of Tel Aviv, observing preparations for the Sabbath. One of my visits that evening included a trip to the area’s largest challah bakery, which operates 24 hours a day, six days of the week (every day except Saturday).
Coconut Crusted Chicken with Plum Dipping Sauce
Last week I posted an interview with the wonderful Aviva Kanoff, author of the No-Potato Passover cookbook. Today I’m excited to share with you one of Aviva’s personal favorite recipes from her cookbook — Coconut Crusted Chicken with Plum Dipping Sauce. If you’re looking for a fun recipe for Chol HaMoed Shabbat, or any night during Pesach, ...
Burik dolci per Purim
Oggi parliamo di un classico tripolino di Purim (e non solo): le burik dolci! Questa non è una ricetta facile da fare, ma mettere nel proprio mishloach manot per gli amici dei dolci così belli non ha prezzo! Avete letto fino in fondo?!?! Vi meritate un piccolo “premio” allora! Godetevi questo video sulla […]