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Challah Braid #TwelveLoaves

Challah is bread that is enriched with eggs, and traditionally eaten by members of the Jewish religion on the Sabbath and religious holidays. Similar to brioche, it also makes a tasty French toast. Dave was pretty excited when I told him that this month's theme for #TwelveLoaves was Jewish breads. Dave's father's side of the family …

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Vanilla Cupcakes with Lemon Curd Filling

Baking cakes puts me in my happy place. I hope the moist, tender crumb of these cupcakes and the bright citrus filling and frosting will put you in a happy place, too. Compensation was provided by Gallo Family Vineyards via Sunday Supper, LLC. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author, and are not …

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Hasselback Potatoes a la Mancha

Hasselback potatoes look impressive but are very easy! These Spanish-style potatoes are seasoned with paprika and garlic, and stuffed with manchego cheese and serrano ham. When most people meal-plan, they choose the main part of the meal. Maybe some choose side dishes as well, but I think most of us are guilty of just making them …

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