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We are excited to share with you the newest news here at the national office of Challah for Hunger…
We ave been selected as one of several recipients of the Center for Jewish Life and Learning Innovation Grant from the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia! “With the innovation grant, we are able to really begin to think about taking the step of what it means to operate beyond the college campus,” CEO Carly Zimmerman said. “This grant allows us to now work with a larger demographic.”
We bet you’ve heard of challah french toast…but have you ever heard of challah french-toast waffles?! If the answer is no, don’t worry, we hadn’t either until we met Miriam Caslow.
This recipe comes from Miriam who is the President of the Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York and granddaughter Lynn Gindi. Thank you for sharing your tradition with us.
1 small challah cut into 1/2 inch slices
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1 1/2 cups milk
1-2 tbsp sugar – depends on the sweetness of the challah
For the waffles
Preheat electric waffle maker.
In a shallow baking dish, beat eggs. Add all ingredients except the challah and mix together.
Lay slices of challah in dish with egg and milk mixture for about 1 minute and then turn over. Allow the challah to soak up the liquid.
Spray waffle maker with oil and place slices of challah on waffle maker loosely fitting pieces next to each other.
Close waffle maker and cook at low temperature so it cooks through and is lightly brown.
Cinnamon and sugar
What a delicious way to celebrate the new year! Thanks Miriam and Lynn!
CfH is back on campus and we are ready to share our second back-to-school feature of Temple University (shout-out to almost alumni Communications Intern Koty from TU)
Co-President Sydney Friedmann shares a perspective on how to spread awareness to new and transfer students at Temple University:
“Finding a strong team of transfer students and freshmen is going to be extremely important for Temple’s chapter this year. With some of the core members of the group graduating in the spring, we want dedicated owls to take over and expand the chapter for the coming years.”
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