A Rich Tradition
Challah bread goes by so many names. Hallah, khala, khale,chałka, kitke, berkhes...the list goes on. This traditional Jewish egg-bread is usually eaten at special dinners and used as part of the Friday night advent of the sabbath as prayers are offered. Every parent can relate to the scene from "Fiddler on the Roof" during the Sabbath Prayer as a loving father and mother sing their prayer for their children as they gather around the dinner table. It speaks volumes of all the hopes parents have for the ones they love to make strong and brave choices. We join that sentiment. Oh the feelings of joy and hope that breaking bread with your family can bring! It is in that spirit of love that we share this bread today.
Light and sweet with a hint of butter, Challah has a tender velvety texture. The braiding of