Disclaimer. I’m not into kitsch. I like when things are meaningful – but am wary of venturing into ‘corny’ territory. however . . . today being erev Sukkos, and wanting to do something really special to show my gratitude to 2 very special people who are producing my upcoming Challah Demo Series, I decided to tiptoe into the land of kitsch. So . . .here it is!
(I may actually be cornier than I let on . . . ) A lulav and esrog challah in honor of Sukkot and in honor of 2 lovel
Just when I started thinking I had this Challah thing down to a science. This week, my challah came out wrong. I knew something looked funny about the yeast when I sprinkled it in, it was dark brown, instead of the normal pale tan color. I didn’t give it much thought (didn’t even check the expiration date! Which really is the first thing I should have done – It’s what I tell everyone else to do!) I was in a rush. Actually, I think I got a little bit cocky when it comes to cha