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This traditional Jewish bread has lightness and a nice color. The loaves are formed with either three or six braids, glazed with egg, and...

by James Beard



The braided shape of this loaf, used as the Jewish Sabbath and holiday bread, symbolizes the inseparable union of God and man. It is trad...

by Nick Malgieri and Andrew Schloss


Bananas Foster French Toast

Those with a serious sweet tooth don’t necessarily like to wait like after dinner for dessert. Luckily, now anyone can brighten their mor...

by Lorna Yee


Roasted Apple-Honey Toast 

Honey toast is not unfamiliar to folks from Tokyo-metro, Taipei, Singapore, or Bangkok. Really, it's genius. And simple. And able to be i...

by Keith Schroeder


Large Challah

This beautiful challah is sprinkled with both poppy and sesame seeds. It is best baked on a baking sheet so the heat penetrates evenly. ...

by Faye Levy


Walnut Challah

Walnuts are a favorite accent in Ashkenazic yeast doughs, and this rich challah contains plenty of them. Taste a few walnuts before usin...

by Faye Levy


Traditional Challah

In all the years I was growing up, I cannot remember a Friday night without a loaf of challah sitting on the table and the long serrated ...

by Rose Levy Beranbaum


Lemon Brown Sugar Bread Pudding with Blueberry Cream

What’s not to love about bread pudding? It’s warm, soft, sweet, and creamy—a truly comforting dessert perfect for a chilly night. This is...

by Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh

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Basic Challah Dough

Use these ingredients for preparing a basic challah dough by hand, by mixer, or by food processor, following the methods described below.

by Faye Levy

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Round Rosh Hashanah Challah

The traditional challah to celebrate the Jewish New Year is often sweeter than usual and round in shape. Actually, it is a spiral mounde...

by Faye Levy


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