I've always imagined paradise as something like a library. -- Geraldine Brooks in March.
Your bread looks delicious Terri! I enjoy baking bread too, and it tastes like nothing else!!Happy Solstice Terri! (did I spell that right?)
Happy WW, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! :)
Oh yum...I'm ready for "the eating of the bread"!!
This is a great post. I remember my mom baking homemade bread for Christmas. She would put it in the dishwasher to rise. LOL. (Now we use bread machines).Enjoy your day!Jill
Yum! Merry Christmas, Terri!Lezlie
mmmm, that looks SO good!!!
Well, it is yummy, and it's my one nod to holiday baking. It also makes great toast and French toast on day 2 or 3 after the fresh just-out-of-the-oven sensation wanes.
Ooooh, yum yum yum! Happy holidays to ya, Terri!
Wonderful montage of the challah bake-up! When was your first challah? What inspired it?It's obviously a heartfelt ritual!
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