Brioche for Bastille Day, Hallah for Shabbat

by Tribes-A-Dozen on July 9, 2015

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Experimenting with brioche while developing my line of Voilà! Hallah Egg Bread Mixes a few years ago led me to wonder: are ‘hallah’ and ‘brioche’ just two monikers for essentially the same bread? Is hallah bread brioche’s poorer relative? I bake hallah regularly and, while I love brioche — the heavenly French bread, rich with butter and a golden brown hue — I rarely bake it. A time to celebrate freedom and democracy, the approaching Bastille Day gave me a noble excuse to bake up a storm. Click for Brioche Recipe here. Read More


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