For some reason, whenever anyone says ‘Challah’, I always want to yell “Holla!”
Irving and I had a lunchtime date at Costco today. Oh, the life of the adult, huh? We picked up a lovely loaf of Challah, and I just think it looks so pretty!
This gorgeous bottle of Moscato also ended up in my cart. I don’t know how it happened!
It’s from Israel! My Jewish mother-in-law would be proud. I can’t wait to open this up. A bottle of red wine will stay half full in our house for a couple of weeks. But Moscato, Ice Wine or Chardonnay? 2 days, flat! We’re total wine-o’s. (hahaha, that’s not really true, but I do love really sweet wine!)
I went out on a 3-mile walk after work tonight. I love how clear the sky is after the rain in Los Angeles. On the way out I grabbed a Hunk-O-Challah! I kept chanting that in my head “hunk o’ challah, hunk o’challah”.
I chatted with my sister for the entire three miles. She just finished up another semester of grad school. GO, LAURIE!
When I lived in Israel many moons ago for a summer, I only ate Challah bread! Being Jewish i grew up with it, but man I could eat it forever!!!!!!!!!!!!
Haha, whenever anyone says challah, I want to make a ‘raise the roof’ gesture. No clue why and it is alarming to admit out loud. 🙂
I had Moscato for the first time a few months ago. My friend told me they were made from moldy grapes AFTER I’d tasted it. I was still a fan 🙂
haha really? I’ll just try not to think about that. It’s Delicious!
I have never had Moscato! I am a red wine lover but recently started trying whites and like them too. It figures I am a total wino! Challah sounds soooo good! HOLLA!
Sweet wines are my fave. It’s a guilty pleasure. Whenever I go wine tasting, everyone is all snobby and all about the reds… and all I want is a Muscat. 🙂
Clearly you and I need to go wine tasting together!