TIP OF THE DAY: Organic Honey From Whole Foods Markets

September is National Honey Month, a good reason to focus on our favorite ways to use honey. Even if you’re not Jewish, you can start this week with a Rosh Hashanah tradition: Celebrate the Jewish New Year with a traditional snack of apples and honey. The custom ushers in a sweet new year. We never…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Flavored Challah Bread

Chocolate-stuffed babka and olive- stuffed challah from Motzi. Photo by Sue Ding | THE NIBBLE.   Challah was the type of bread tithed to priests* in ancient Israeli temples. A portion of the challah loaf was sanctified and the rest was consumed. Challah became the customary bread to serve with Sabbath and holiday meals. Motzi…
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COOKING VIDEO: Challah Bread Recipe

  Challah, the traditional Jewish bread, dates to ancient Israel. The word itself refers to a tithe of bread that was given to the priests, who had no income. A portion of the dough was sanctified, and the remainder was used for ordinary consumption. It became customary to serve challah with all Sabbath and holiday…
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