Ethel Udell probably doesn’t know we’re using her recipe. The recipe’s been handed down through generations (her granddaughter shared it with us), but we’re sure she won’t mind. Who could resist sharing this rich and fluffy delight? Challah (pronounced HAH-lah) is a traditional Jewish bread, rich with eggs, and braided into a loaf. We make a few varieties, all of which are difficult to stop eating. And if the bread alone isn’t rich enough for you, you won’t find a better bread to make French Toast with. We also use our Challah dough to make buns, which complement a juicy burger perfectly.