Challah, a braided egg bread, is traditionally served on the Jewish Sabbath, but is enjoyable any time. The olive oil and honey in this recipe add a delightful and unique flavor.
After one reviewer's difficulty, I'd like to add the following reminder: As with any bread, variances in time of year, temperature or humidity of your kitchen, freshness of your flour, etc. may cause you to have to add more flour or water. Prep times do not include rising time.
This cold rise method of making a challah is a snap once you get a feel for the dough.