Browsing: Challah

Covering the bread at the first two meals of Shabbat is a universal custom within Judaism, carrying a symbolic significance deeply rooted in the reverence for…

Challah, a now typically braided bread eaten for Shabbat and holidays, is one of the most recognizable Jewish symbols out there. While many people can recognize…

Jewish holidays, whether it’s a Shabbat challah or Passover matzah can be tough for someone with Celiac disease or who is otherwise gluten free. This oat-flour…

Challah holds a nearly unmatched level of significance, ubiquity, and adoration when it comes to Jewish cooking. Every Jewish community from around the world has some…