Ring in the New Year with our fresh, mouth-watering challah. Available for Rosh Hashanah and Break Fast. All of our challah is pareve. Our vegan challah does not contain eggs or honey.
Our kitchen is small and our challah-making capacity is limited. We encourage you to place your order early. As reach capacity for pickup/delivery on certain dates, we will make them unavailable online. If you cannot get your preferred date, you can select an earlier date and freeze your challah until the day you want to serve it.
We offer our challah in two sizes: regular or jumbo. Jumbo size is twice the size/weight of a regular size challah.
Our plain and raisin challah contains egg and honey, but does not contain dairy. Our vegan challah does not contain dairy, egg or honey. While none of our challah contains dairy and we use good cleaning practices between products, our challah is made on shared equipment with other products that may contain dairy.
For information about our kosher certification, click here.
Challah Board (Add-On)
This unique Challah Board was handcrafted in Annapolis, MD, from quality wood, a mix of Maple, Cherry, and Mahogany. The Hebrew words of Hamotzi (The blessing for the bread) are engraved on the board. In order to preserve the quality and beauty of the wood, it is finished with mineral oil and Candelilla Wax.
This Challah board is an excellent gift for weddings, Jewish holidays, anniversaries, housewarmings, or any occasion.
Due to the nature of the wood, each board is unique and may have slight variations in color and grain from what is shown in the picture.
The size of the board is approximately 15.5” x 10” x 0.75”.
To clean the Challah board, wash it by hand with liquid soap, wipe it with a dry cloth and let it air-dry on its side. Periodically, recondition the board with mineral oil or cutting board oil. Do not submerge the board in water for a long time or place it in a dishwasher. Doing so will damage the board.
About the Artist
Rafi Krigman is a retired engineer with a passion for woodcraft. He has a small wood shop in Annapolis, MD, where he spends time building Judaic wood craft items including, Challah boards, customized Chanukah Menorahs, and customized Purim noisemakers. He also makes children's toys and other personalized items commissioned by customers. Oh, and Rafi also happens to be Yael's father :-)