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(Judaism) a loaf of white bread containing eggs and leavened with yeast

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The "Orot Hesed" (Lights of Kindness) charity organization has asked the government to intervene so that challah will be available for the Sabbath.
Challah is often associated with Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year).
While matzo is flatter than the state of Florida, challah is more pumped up than Mr.
Before starting, we contacted a challah authority, Mili, a friend of a mother-in-law of a friend.
And nowhere were fans more yeasty with delight than at Continental Kosher Bakery, where they waited for Emily Polon's latest recipe: apple-cinnamon challah.
Polon, who owns the bakery with her husband, Eddy, said she imbued her challah with transformative sweetness.
The apple-cinnammon challah is a new beginning,'' she said, proudly.
Daisy, our golden retriever, comes and sits like a perfect dog as soon as she hears the challah coming out of its plastic bag.
On a shelf are Jewish videos ("Shalom Sesame," an animated hagaddah, the Rugrats celebrating Passover), three challah trays, a tray of six sets of Shabbos candles, and a tray of silver kiddush cups that stays out always.
The mezuzah goes on the right side of the door post; the menorah goes near a window; the Sabbath challah goes on the table.
We are pleased with Lang's decision to address these demands by offering their reduced-carb Challah and bagels.
It has taken many months to perfect the low-carb bagels and Challah," said William Retin, Lang's president.
Lang's is initially introducing the new reduced-carbohydrate Challah and bagels at its San Diego retail location, as well as at select supermarkets, including Ralph's, Albertsons and various Kosher markets in Los Angeles and Orange County.
My mother had always insisted that her mother was an amazing baker, and her challah was second to none.
From my grandmother, I inherited my nameCarol is an Anglicization of Tzirelmy high cheekbones, my curly hair, my love of books and, according to my mother, a passion for baking challah.