Sara's daughter wants to make cinnamon chip challah for the High Holy Days. She's also experimenting with their Buttery Dough flavor (which I've also tried a few times!).
Hodesh Tov, blog friends! It's Elul already. Can you believe we're just a month away from the Yamim Noraim? Rosh Hashanah is one of my favorite times of the year. In our house, we're already preparing. My dear husband, The Hazz, is vocalizing away on the special melodies and prayers for the high holidays. This year, I'll be starting a doctoral program the day after Yom Kippur, so there's lots of planning there. And of course, there's the food...
Last year, we experimented with Apple Challah and Pumpkin Challah. Stay tuned this year... I'm refining both of those recipes a bit this year and am also working on some new recipes for Rosh Hashanah. I can't wait to share them with you!
In honor of starting the new year of 5773 off right, I asked the good people over at King Arthur Flour if they would be interested in sponsoring a giveaway here on The Challah Blog. My mother-in-law, who lives in Rhode Island, has visited their store and school in Norwich, Vermont several times. Ever since she sent me a gift card for my first batch of King Arthur Flour, I've been hooked! I love that the company was formed in 1790, has a strong committment to sustainability and social responsibility, and is employee-owned.
But really, I love King Arthur Flours because their flours are so AWESOME. I've made sourdough, bagels, spelt and kamut challah, and every week, I use King Arthur Bread Flour in my challah.
King Arthur Flour is offering YOU the chance to win this awesome Dough Whisk in honor of Rosh Hashanah. I use this dough whisk every time I bake to mix my dough by hand before using the stand mixer. If you don't own a stand mixer, this whisk will do the dirty work for you, getting that dough nice and blended. Additionally, they'll send you a coupon for a FREE 5 LB. BAG of Bread Flour, good at your local grocery store. (If the winner lives in an area that doesn't carry King Arthur Flour, the company will be happy to send you a bag.)
PRIZE: KAF Dough Whisk and Coupon for 5 lb. Bag of Bread Flour
TO ENTER: Leave comment with "SHANAH TOVAH" and visit King Arthur Flour's website and share with me which flour or other add-in you'd use to enhance your Rosh Hashanah challah! (If you're don't celebrate Rosh Hashanah, leave a comment with how you'd like to enhance your fall baking this year.)
BONUS ENTRIES: Leave an additional comment each time you do one of the following (you should have at most 4 comments if you do all ways to enter):
• Follow The Challah Blog on RSS or Google Friend Connect (on the left sidebar!)
• Follow The Challah Blog on Facebook.
• Follow King Arthur Flour on Facebook.
GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Sunday, August 26th at 10PM CST.
NUMBER OF WINNERS: One
PRIZE SHIPS: The United States
OTHER DETAILS: The winner will be selected using random.org and announced on Monday, August 27th as an update to this post and on The Challah Blog's Twitter and Facebook.
• The winner will have until Friday, August 31st to claim their prize by emailing me, otherwise a new winner will be chosen.
• King Arthur Flour has asked me to collect the mailing address for the winner of this giveaway. Don't worry, I won't share your mailing address with anyone.
More cool things to check out...
Join King Arthur Flour's online community, The Baking Circle.
Follow King Arthur Flour on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest.
Sign for King Arthur Flour's special offers through their e-newsletter.
Note: I was not compensated, and I did not receive any products from King Arthur Flour for hosting this giveaway on my blog. I purchased my own dough whisk and flour; all opinions are honest and my own.
Shanah Tovah - I'd love to win this :) I already only use King Arthur bread flour for my challah - I feel it's a superior product to any other flour I've triedReplyDelete
I follow your blog with an RSS feed :)ReplyDelete
"SHANAH TOVAH" I would love this also. I also already use King Arthur flour and wouldn't trust my families favorite challah to any other flour. I usually use the, "Bread Flour" and it is enough.ReplyDelete
I follow your blog with an RSS feed.ReplyDelete
Shana tova! I have always envisioned that some of their fancy vanilla would make everything, including apple challah, even better. Mmm....ReplyDelete
Definitely! I love using Vanilla in challah.Delete
Follow on FacebookReplyDelete
I already Like KAF on facebook....best flour ever.ReplyDelete
I also follow on RSS. Go me :-)ReplyDelete
I use the White Whole Wheat Flour in one type of challah , and the Whole Wheat Flour in another. This year I may add some ground flax to my Whole Wheat challah.
I've used whole flax seed but never ground! I'd love to hear how it goes.Delete
Shanah Tovah! I'd like to try their vanilla bean paste in my challah this year. I usually use Baking and Books' recipe for Honey-Vanilla Challah over Rosh Hashanah, and I'd like to bring that vanilla flavor out just a bit more.ReplyDelete
Shanah Tovah! I am excited to find your challah blog (just started following you)!! It just so happens, that I made challah for the very first time last shabbot. I have a toddler and I'm so happy to begin sharing shabbat with him and making challah every week. I used all purpose flour the first time and it was a very nice challah, but for this shabbat I am using King Arthur Flour (unbleached bread flour)! I can't wait to try some of the recipes you have posted. Very unique challahs!! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Shanah Tovah!!! I'd use Vietnamese Cinnamon in a sweet raisin Challah.ReplyDelete
I love King Arthur Flour! I especially love the bread flour! I am very curious about the bread improver.ReplyDelete
Shanah Tovah! All of King Arthur's flours are amazing! I really love the cinnamon chips. I'm also curious about their red velvet flavor.ReplyDelete
Red Velvet Challah? It might be more of a success than my beet challah (grossest. EVER.).Delete
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I follow KAF on facebook!ReplyDelete
I follow the Challah Blog in my google blog reader!ReplyDelete
I follow you on RSS.ReplyDelete
Sara at SavingForSomeday dot com
Shanah Tovah, Umetukah! My daughter wants to make cinnamon chip challah for the High Holy Days. I love the KAF cinnamon chips and use them for all kinds of baking. I'm also playing with their Buttery Dough flavor but haven't quite found the right mix.ReplyDelete
Thank you for this wonderful blog. I wish you and your family a sweet new year.
Sara at SavingForSomeday dot com
I have a friend who did Pumpkin Challah with cinnamon chip. Total success!!!Delete
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This is Ronna's entry. :) (Trouble with Google Friend Conect)ReplyDelete
This is Rachel's entry. :) (Trouble leaving a comment)ReplyDelete
My Rosh Hashanah Challah will be way better this year than previous years because I will be spending the prep time making Challah for Hunger and selling those challot to raise money for those in need.ReplyDelete
Awesome, Kayla! Challah for Hunger is a really great program!Delete
L'Shannah Tova! Great give away. I would likely buy the King Arthur Pumpernickle to try to make a tricolor challahReplyDelete
And I liked you on FBReplyDelete
And we're google friend-connected now!ReplyDelete