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Magic + Challah = The Friday Fairy

Magic + Challah = The Friday Fairy

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 New York Edition: Washington Square Park

New York Edition: Washington Square Park

 

It’s truly the stuff of fantasy—the doorbell rings and boom, there’s a homemade challah, baked with love, just in time for Shabbat, on your front step. Whether you observe or could use a nice loaf for Saturday’s French toast, the Friday Fairy does not discriminate. Who is the Friday Fairy, you ask? She brings bread and cheer to unsuspecting challah lovers around the country. Catch a glimpse of her through renderings by artist Emily Parkinson. Her original illustrations of the carb-carrying nymph come with the delivery. The Friday Fairy has been known to collaborate with the best bakers, too—check out these braided beauties by Bread Lounge in Los Angeles, the za’atar-feta loaves by Michael Solomonov of Zahav in Philly, these stunners from Uri Scheft of New York City’s Breads Bakery, and this seed-studded sourdough loaf by Zoe Kanan, head baker at Studio and Simon and the Whale. There have already been sightings in New York and San Francisco, and the Friday Fairy could be coming to a city near you. Sign up for your chance to be challah-bombed. Shabbat shalom, indeed.

 
 San Francisco Edition: Biking the Golden Gate

San Francisco Edition: Biking the Golden Gate

 
Salted Maple Challah

Salted Maple Challah

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