Challah on the Grill
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Challah all done



Grilling


Ready for grill



The recipe is really long and it also gives a link to another site that has great pictures of weaving/braiding the bread ropes – so I’m just posting the links instead of the recipe.

Camille Storch – Food 52

http://food52.com/recipes/22766-challah-...-the-grill

for weaving: do it once and you’ll remember how next time. Smittenkitten blog –

http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2011/09/a...y-challah/
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  Re: Challah on the Grill by cjs (Challah all done[br]...)
Oh, that is just one gorgeous loaf of bread! Sure wish Pop the Baker was on the forum with us to see this. Thanks for the links.
Maryann

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  Re: Re: Challah on the Grill by Mare749 (Oh, that is just one...)
Oh me too, Maryann - after all my years of bit(hing about baking, he'd be so proud!!
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  Re: Re: Challah on the Grill by cjs (Oh me too, Maryann -...)
Copied and so doing this! Jean it's just perfect and so happy you shared
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  Re: Challah on the Grill by cjs (Challah all done[br]...)
Wow Jean!

That looks absolutely awesome!!

Barbara
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  Re: Challah on the Grill by cjs (Challah all done[br]...)
That is beautiful! We've been looking for firebricks - but haven't found any yet. I will keep looking.
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  Re: Re: Challah on the Grill by Harborwitch (That is beautiful! ...)
Thanks for posting the recipe, Jean! I can't wait to give it a try.
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  Re: Re: Challah on the Grill by karyn (Thanks for posting t...)
I don't think Challah freezes very well, so looked for some other uses and found an easy peasy dessert - Maple Bread Pudding that came together in about 5 minutes and left on it's own devices in a double-boiler for an hour. How easy is that!! And very tasty.
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  Re: Re: Challah on the Grill by cjs (I don't think Challa...)
Sharon - http://www.amazon.com/US-Stove-FBP6-Fire...words=firebrick

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  Re: Re: Challah on the Grill by DFen911 (Sharon - [url=http:/...)
We always got firebricks at a place that sells woodstoves or I would imagine a place that sells cement blocks. Surely you guys have something like that around.

That bread is stunningly beautiful Jean! Honestly, between you and Blane, I would think you were food stylists, doctoring up the presentations, but we all know better! You guys are the real stuff!
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