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Round Challah

I’ve noticed that there aren’t any explicit directions on how to make a round challah online for the Jewish High Holy Days. Hence, since I’m about to engage in some challah making, I think that my writing for today will focus around how to make one of those. I’m striving to make an Egyptian Style Round Challah, filled with dried fruit, which will symbolize the sweet new year that has fallen upon the Jewish people.

Anyway, stay tuned for my how-to and baking adventures…

Stacey Shubitz View All

Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.

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  1. It sounds wonderful…. I always went to my Babci when I needed to know how to cook traditional Polish food- although it never turned out as good as if she would have done it.
    GOOD LUCK… may the cooking force be with you!

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