B”H Shavua Tov, my friends! This past Shabbat my friend hosted a beautiful Shabbat Kallah– that is the ladies’ gathering the Shabbat prior to a wedding, honoring the Kallah (bride). It’s always beautiful to share with the kallah (bride) on that Shabbat afternoon. My friend asked me for my recipe for garlic knots because on top of the Shabbat Kallah, she will also be hosting Sheva Berachot (seven days of celebration
B”H Hello everyone! I love it when my readers read my mind! As I was working on this post, I received a message from one of my lovely readers … “Yael, could you please share with us more about the custom of baking challah in the shape of a key the week after Pesach (Passover)?” You asked and you shall have my dears!
B”H It’s Wednesday, just the perfect day to remind you to get to work on that challah you learned about here :-). So in case you needed a little inspiration while you’re shopping out for ingredients and baking, here are some wonderful lessons that the mitzvah of Challah can teach us on educating our children. 1- Details: When we make challah we try to use good ingredients- if possible, flour made
B”H Are you wondering why I’m talking about Challah on a Monday morning? “We’re just starting the week!” you say. Well, if I give you this recipe today, you will not have an excuse not to have baked this by Friday night. :-) Go shopping for your ingredients now, because this Challah is no fail, totally fool proof. If you ever wanted to do the mitzvah of Challah, but it seemed