My first ever Hanukkah present was a Jewish cookbook, which was awesome! It reminded me a lot of an Italian cookbook I have (lack of pictures, lots of blocks of text to explain steps and provide background information, authentic-sounding recipes), which made me hopeful. I’ve made Challah before, but never documented the whole thing. I also can’t remember which recipes I’ve used before. All I can say is that this is by far the best I’ve made. The bread is so soft on the inside and crusty on the outside. It looks pretty, and it even kept pretty well for a few days.


This recipe makes enough for 2 loaves, but you’re able to freeze them, so the other one is waiting for a day when I need cheering up, the smell of fresh bread in the house, or some other day when I want this bread but am too lazy


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