11 January 2008

Challah, Adopt-a-Blogger Style

Since last February, I have been searching for a surprisingly elusive Challah recipe. Nothing particularly fancy, nothing particularly out-of-the-ordinary, just an absolutely wonderful recipe. So, imagine my delight when Kristen from Dine and Dish let me know that my more experienced match-up for her Adopt-A-Blogger event was Nabeela, of Trial and Error, who had recently posted a wonderfully delicious sounding Challah recipe! Needless to say, I was in my kitchen kneading away within an hour. The results were fantastic.

This is, by far, the best Challah that I have ever had, let alone the best that I have ever made. I've been throwing a few slices in the microwave for about half a minute every morning, then slathering them with butter for breakfast. I can't wait to try Nabeela's recipe for Challah French Toast with Caramelized Pear Sauce this weekend!

Now, I hope you'll all forgive me for not re-posting the recipe but a) whenever possible, I don't like to post recipes from other bloggers when I can link to them and help them out a bit and b) you really should check out Trial And Error for yourselves. There is a good deal more than Challah there, and I think you'll all enjoy the visit.

Currently, I'm reading... The Other Boleyn Girl, by Phillippa Gregory.


Nabeela said...

oh wow, that was fast. I'm glad you liked my recipe :)
I'll be doing a post about your blog soon too.

Anonymous said...

I really wish I had the time in my buys schedule to cook from scratch, but unfortunately I don't.
Despite this, I still find excellent challah bread from Holy Food Imports which is absolutely delicious.