Round challah is a tradition for the high holiday table. There are many views as to why the challah is round during this time, it differentiates this Shabbat from others setting it apart, it represents the crowning of G-d as king, etc. My personal favorite is that is symbolizes the unending cycle of life and continuous creation of the world around us.
The first week round challah will be available is Friday, September 30th. Quantities are limited so please place your order early.
BAKED FROM SCRATCH
B’Shert - It’s in the family!
B'shert often refers to one’s spouse or soulmate. For me it refers to my destiny to be a baker. My great grandmother, Sluva Meltzer, owned a bakery in the small European town of Horodenka; part of the Hapsburg Empire controlled by the Austro-Hungarian...