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Challah With Dried Fruits and Saffron

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on April 16, 2015

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Since I joined the Sephardic Temple Tefereth Israel after Nona’s passing 3 years ago [click to continue…]

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Challah With Pumpkin and Cranberries

November 26, 2012
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I purchased so many cans of pure pack canned pumpkin puree in my enthusiasm for Thanksgiving and the specials in the market, that now I must think of uses for all of this exuberant purchasing.  Pumpkin, a quintessential Fall flavor  is great for more than Thanksgiving.  Last Friday night I served pumpkin Challah for Shabbat […]

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Yam Challah

November 14, 2011
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The inevitable leftovers happen after Thanksgiving or even before.  If you make a recipe that calls for an exact measurement of a natural food that comes in its natural form of an inexact measurement like Garnet yams you may even have leftovers before Thanksgiving. 

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Capeloto Family Challah

September 16, 2011
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Challah is the quintessential Jewish Sabbath and holiday bread.  Bread baked from ‘the staff of life’ has a spiritual essence that affirms our connection to the earth’s harvest and sustains us.  This Challah is sweet and moist.  One recipe makes one huge challah or two medium size challah for Shabbat.  On Rosh Hashanah

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Challah French Toast

October 3, 2010
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Sunday morning is a great time to take advantage of any left over Challah from Friday night or any Holiday.  The rich bread

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