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JWC - Challah bake

  • There is the tradition of baking a special type of challah for the first Shabbat after Passover.
    Made either in the shape of a key or with a key baked inside, the special bread is known as shlissel challah , with shlissel being the Yiddish word for "key." 

    The making of this particular shape or style of challah is considered by those who bake it to be a Segula  (ritual or good omen) for Parnassa (livelihood).

    Ladies, join as we mix and knead the dough, make the blessing and shape beautiful Chalot for Shabbat.

    Refreshments will be served. 

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