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Challah (pics) and recipe

posted by: trailrunner on 01.25.2007 at 01:19 pm in Cooking Forum

I have been posting and getting help on the Kitchen and Appliance forums and now we are almost finished and another member suggested ya'll might like to exchange bread recipes/pics and ideas. This is what I did last night. I call it "Winter Kitchen" . I would love to know what you are baking ! Caroline

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1 1/2 c warm water - add 2 TB yeast
1/4c. butter (Pareve)
1/4c. sugar
let foam up and then add 2 tsp salt and 3 lrg eggs. Whisk together. Put 6 c unbleached flour in the food processor bowl. Turn on machine and slowly add fluids. Rate that you pour is the key to success. Too fast and it gums up in the bottom . After adding all the flour stand ready to sprinkle in more so that it cleans the bowl. This should all take about 1 1/2 min after all the fluid is added. Let it go around til the dough is a nice clean ball. Take it out and knead a couple times to make sure it is smooth and not sticky. Place in greased bowl- warm place- 1 hr. Shape in 3 braids - greased cookie sheets- rise til double apprx 1 hr. Bake in convection 325 for 30 min. Reg oven 350 30 min. I brush w/ 1 egg beaten w/ 1 TB 1/2 and 1/2. I sometimes put sesame seeds or poppy seeds. If you do it by hand make it 2 c. warm water and add all the fluid to the bowl of 6 1/2 c flour. Stir w/ a big wooden spoon til a shaggy mass and then turn out and knead.

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Challah pics and recipe
clipped on: 01.26.2007 at 08:06 am    last updated on: 01.26.2007 at 08:08 am

Where to eat in Savannah

posted by: marleesmom on 01.24.2007 at 02:27 pm in Cooking Forum

I know this is a cooking forum, but I thought someone here might be able to help me or direct me to the best source for this info. We are visiting DS in Charleston SC over Easter and plan a day trip to Savannah. Does anyone have any suggestions for a nice place to eat with 3 teenagers(ie. no jacket required)? DH is a Paula Deen fan, is The Lady & Sons any good, or just a tourist trap? Thanks.

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Restaurants in Savannah
clipped on: 01.24.2007 at 07:29 pm    last updated on: 01.24.2007 at 07:30 pm