That’s a good question! Since I don’t often use squash though I like it, it’s hard to remember the difference between them or the different flavors of them. I think it is a bit sweeter and less watery, more flavor than some winter squash or pumpkins. It’s maybe more depth of flavor especially when it’s roasted or put in pie.I love kabocha(Japanese pumpkin) and it has a chestnut taste to it... What is this one like?
Sure, that would be great, ty. I’ve had challah at my sisters family house, it’s good. Some raisins and dried fruit etc and you’d have a Christmas or holiday breadI've used the Pillsbury crusts and the ingredients listed used cold lard rather than Crisco and such. I'm going to try again with
the lard just to see what happens. Challah is a great bread if you like an egg bread and stays light rather than heavy within a
few days. If you'd like, I can send you the recipe via PM.
Hey, should challah always be braided? I didn’t remember that until I just saw a pic of a loafWhen and the form of the bread depends on the Jewish holiday celebrated. My recipe has been passed down through
the family for several generations. It ain't easy and takes some time, but it is delicious.