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To be honest, I love bread. There is just nothing like warm bread out of the oven with a little butter or spread, yum! Since I am also Italian, you know there can’t be pasta without bread! The boys seem to be bread addicts too. I really can’t imagine where they get that from.
Many moons ago, I bought a bread maker. I was in my 20’s and thought, why not, I can do that. Flash forward, over 10 years later, and I now make all my bread in the oven. Sure, it’s not nearly as easy as dumping everything into a machine but the end result and accomplishment is so much better.
Now I know not everyone has the time to bake bread from scratch, so, let me introduce you to Tribes-A-Dozen. They manufacturer a unique kosher line of three Voilà! Hallah Egg Bread Mixes — Simply Spelt, Traditional, and Wholey Wheat. Their wholesome, all natural bread mixes bring you back to a kitchen from long ago. Recreating the warmth, the heavenly aroma, and the unmistakable taste. They keep it simple so you can bake these traditional breads to share fresh with friends and loved ones, and make every meal special. Hallah made easy, no one will guess it came from a mix because it tastes just like it was made from scratch. “Break Bread, Not Tradition”
Tribes-A-Dozen is about wholesome, all natural, kosher hallah (or challah bread) – – the classic egg bread – – also referred to as barches, brioche, kalács, osterbrot, or, simply, twisted bread. Hallah has deep spiritual meaning in the Jewish faith, but traditional egg bread is enjoyed in many cultures and embraced by Kosher and non-Kosher households alike. Hallah, or egg bread, is perfectly enjoyed on its own, as sandwich bread, or as the ultimate base for French toast or bread pudding. Now while I am not Jewish, you don’t have to be do enjoy delicious food.
Tribes-A-Dozen believes in baking the kind of bread your great-grandmother used to make (she of the handed down recipe). Whether you spell it challah bread or hallah bread, you will love this recipe. You want to bake bread at home for your next Holiday meal with friends and family, for a moveable feast, or maybe just for an easygoing weekend brunch with the kids. Butthe old fashioned way can be anything but relaxing. There’s the flour and the kneading and the rising times. With kids in the kitchen. . . things can become a free-for-all. And you’re all about practicality.Well, so are we.
For those asking “what is hallah (challah) bread,”…. traditional is the classic egg bread baked at home for generations around the world. This blend of carefully selected premium ingredients bakes into a fragrant Hallah, a nourishment for the soul as much as the body.
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