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Definition funny of Challah:
Really tasty bread made by the wonderous Jews. Pronounced "Holla", with some weird cuhhhhh noise at the beginning.
Me: How much does the Challah Cost? *Everyone around the table stares at me*
A type of white, leavened bread that Jewish people (M.O.T.s) eat. It is pronounced the same as "holla".
I told that Jewish girl to give me a holla sometime, then she showed up at the crib couple of days later carrying a loaf of bread. Tom: "This party is bernie." Jon: "Let's bake like challah and leaven." Bob: "Stop being such a M.O.T."
dough braided and baked to form the most kick-ass bread in the world
Challah hits the spot.
The Jewish version of Holler!
Books about Challah:
It's Challah Time! by Latifa Berry Kropf and Tod Cohen (Jan 1, 2002)
How the Rosh Hashanah Challah Became Round by Sylvia B. Epstein and Hagit Migron (Illustrator) (Sep 10, 2009)
The Secret of Challah by Shira Wiener and Ayelet Yifrach (Apr 20, 2007)
This is the Challah by Sue Hepker and Amy Wummer (Oct 15, 2012)
A Taste of Challah by Tamar Ansh (May 15, 2007)
Braid the Challah: A Playful Action Rhyme by Beily Paluch and Hachai Publishing (Jan 1, 2004)
Way Too Much Challah Dough by Goldie Shulman, Hachai Publishing, DL Rosenfeld and Vitaliy Romanenko (Nov 1, 2006)
Wiki information Challah:
Challah is a special Jewish braided bread eaten on Sabbath and holidays. It is also named khale, berches, Zopf barkis, bergis, birkata in Judeo-Amharic, vianočka in Slovak language, Tsoureki in Greek, kalács, chałka, colaci, and kitke.
A challah cover is a special cloth used to cover the two braided loaves set out on the table at the beginning of a Shabbat or Yom Tov meal. While its appearance lends a decorative and ceremonial aspect to the set table, its presence serves both a...