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Kneading their way to peace: Israeli and Emirati women bake challah

A recent November Thursday evening was the first time in history that women around the world – from Israel, Dubai, Bahrain, Turkey, Europe and the US baked challah simultaneously on Zoom.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
22/12/2020

Pascale's kitchen: Rosh Hashanah challah

Challah is never just another type of bread – it’s in a category all on its own.

Zach Banner tries challah and (spoiler) he loves it

Zach Banner of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers now knows what challah tastes like — and he can say the word properly.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
24/07/2020

Challah-tinkering yeast scientist helps bread-bakers get a good rise

Every year after Pesach I buy a one pound bag of yeast and it lasts through the year and I use it to make challah. So I’m still pursuing the quixotic quest to make the perfect challah.

By PHILISSA CRAMER/JTA
01/04/2020
Hala bread

Staying sane during coronavirus by reclaiming an age-old Jewish tradition

I don’t know how much worse things will get this year, but I do know I did with bread what I rarely manage to do with words.

By STEPHANIE KUTNER/JTA
21/03/2020
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