challah

Food & Drink
Assemble this recipe the night before, pop it into the oven the next morning, and breakfast is ready within an hour.
Women
When you're single, no kids, lighting the Hanukkah menorah at home alone can be a bummer, especially if you hoped that by
Religion
I had the date on my calendar for weeks: a Shabbat dinner with some of the couples in my "Love and Religion" class. We've gotten together several times over meals and I knew that nobody has any eating restrictions besides "kosher style."
Religion
“This ancient biblical institution…has incredible modern relevance... That’s what has made the project sticky.”
Religion
Dipping an apple in honey is the most popular in a series of simanim, symbolic foods, associated with the Rosh Hashanah feast. The custom is even recorded as far back as the Talmud. There are many other simanim, some simple and some exotic, that vary by community.
Food & Drink
While I love brioche -- the heavenly French bread, rich with butter and a golden brown hue -- I rarely bake it.
Post 50
Yom Kippur is one of those holidays that makes me think about food. It's not supposed to do that, of course. Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement and it's a holiday that should get you thinking about confessing, forgiving and making things right.
Religion
No, says Haviva Ner-David, most known as the first woman to apply to Yeshiva University's rabbinic ordination program and ten years later to receive private Orthodox rabbinic ordination.
Food & Drink
I don't know about you, but I can never resist the smell of bread pudding baking in the oven. It's one of those things that can drive you a little mad -- and make you want to dig in before it's cooled down enough to eat.
Food & Drink
My mash-up recipe of choice is subtle and fun: a turkey-shaped pumpkin challah, or, as I like to call it, Turkallah.
Food & Drink
If it's a good squishy loaf, I can eat it all in one sitting. And, please, hold the crust.
Religion
It didn't matter that I confused Shavuot with Sukkot or had epically bad Hebrew pronunciation or even that I didn't know if I could give up Christmas carols, I could bake a first-rate challah. The rest would work itself out.
Food & Drink
This year, try making your own Challah.
New York
Zomick's is widely regarded as one the best suppliers of the traditional Jewish bread. While Zomick's thankfully passed an
Religion
Its a major investment of time, people power and resources to pull together in order to create a massive 30 foot-long tent that serves food around the clock in a sea of other tents.
Food & Drink
How baking challah and talking about food changed over five years.
Food & Drink
I only fell prey to homesickness once during my semester abroad in Europe -- done in by a bite of bread.