|A Miracle Here, A Miracle there|
This past Shabbat was also the fifth night of Hannukah, and a day my daughter got some good news she was waiting for, so it was a an occasion tripley to celebrate and be thankful for.
I wanted to make a special challah.
I made a Star of David Challah. It looked more like a Star of David when I made the shape, then once it baked it took on a more wreath-like shape. My daughter saw it, not knowing what the shape I intended was, and asked if it was to represent a doughnut! As you know that on Hannukah we make and eat oily foods to remember the miracle of the oil that lasted eight days, so maybe that is why she thought a doughnut.
Blessings and a light-filled Hannukah to all !!
Shabbat Shalom, and already, Shavu`a Tov!
For Recipes, links to follow: LATKES,
CHALLAH (I used THIS recipe for a Ten Commandment Challah, and shaped it with two braids to make the two triangles of the Star of David), and BRISKET- a smaller version, inspired by this recipe HEREt/https://toriavey.com/toris-kitchen/holiday-brisket/,