The other night, the Resident Ulpanistit and I baked challah. As is the custom right before Rosh Hashanah, we made enough to separate challah with a brachah.
Here are the results of our efforts:
Another baked (or oven-cooked, to be more precise) Rosh Hashanah offering from the kitchen here in TRLEOOB* is tzimmes:
The recipe comes from last year's tzimmes post, which – oddly enough – still holds the Our Shiputzim record for greatest number of comments…
Finally, the entire staff wishes all our readers a wonderful, happy, healthy, and sweet new year.
לשנה טובה תכתבו ותחתמו
!לאלתר לחיים טובים ולשלום
*TRLEOOB=the real life equivalent of our blog
Ketiva vaChatima Tova!!!ReplyDelete
(And enjoy the challot :-)
I think our resident ulpanistit will be baking challot tomorrow...
Shana tova...love your round challot. I suffered through making those in past years; I think I made them too big. This year I made lots of little round ones.ReplyDelete
Catch on the flip side of the hag!
Wow - gorgeous! We made (first time ever) chocolate chip chalot, and they were SO pretty, but we were so rushed that we didn't have a chance to photograph them... I guess we'll just have to do it again :)ReplyDelete
Jameel - Aren't resident ulpanistiyot great? :-) Ours is busy preparing for her peulat petichah as a new madrichah. I suspect that the whole hadrachah thing will prove to be yet another excellent source of blog material...ReplyDelete
Leora - I hope you had a wonderful Rosh Hashanah! How did your little challot come out?
Toby - Thanks. Chocolate chip challot? Sounds delicious! Most of the kids aren't big fans of challah with raisins, but I'm sure they'd love challah with choc. chips...
Tzom kal u'mo'il to all!