Each challah cover Tamara Zlotogoura designs is carefully crafted using only the finest materials and embroidery techniques. Tamara wants to revive Judaic embroidery when items of such handcrafted beauty adorned the Sabbath table, our homes and synagogues. Her challah covers are gorgeous!! Tamara and I chatted right before Pesach. I’m excited to share her work with…[Read More »]
Posts Tagged ‘Challah’
I’ve stumbled upon so many lovely modern and stylish challah covers lately. I’ve rounded them up and featured my favorites below. Do you have a favorite challah cover you use regularly for Shabbat?[Read More »]
I first discovered Hot Bread Kitchen at the Union Square Farmer’s Market in New York many years ago. The breads were beautiful and unlike any I had ever seen. The challah hot dog buns and warm, flaky Moroccan M’Smen flatbread caught my eye immediately. I ate the delicious flatbread right away and bought ½ dozen…[Read More »]
Ben Orkin takes challah-braiding to a whole new level. Set to the music of Philip Glass, his instructional video is just about the most beautiful challah-braiding tutorial I’ve ever seen .[Read More »]
Banana, Chocolate and Peanut Butter Chip, Sesame Tahini, Raspberry Cream Cheese, Lavender, Rose, Salted Caramel, Matcha…
You probably think these are trendy ice cream flavors.
But they’re not! They’re challah flavors!
The gals at Challah Hub are mixing things up (literally).
Last Rosh Hashanah I figured out something kind of big.[Read More »]
I bet you never made a challah quite like this one. I bet you never met someone quite like Molly Yeh. Let’s start with Molly and then we’ll talk about her challah. She’s no slouch. Molly graduated from Juilliard in 2011 with a degree in percussion. She’s played at Carnegie Hall and with the Hong Kong…[Read More »]