Jewish News isn’t loafing around when it comes to the King’s coronation. The newspaper has teamed up with one of London’s biggest kosher bread makers, Bonjour Bakery, to make a challah – a platted bread traditionally eaten on the Jewish Sabbath – fit for a new King!
The bakeries are selling the limited-edition coronation challahs in plain, cinnamon and raisin favours, designed in the shape of a crown and topped with red, white and blue sprinkles, to give British Jews a real “head starter” on this weekend’s historic celebrations.
The project – in partnership with the United Synagogue and 1070 Kitchen – will see a limited edition of 120 sold this Friday. The number is a nod to the fact Jews traditionally wish friends and family ‘until 120’ on their birthdays.
Jewish News editor and amateur baker Richard Ferrer suggested: “Eat it fresh or make a royal toast!”
Our news editor @CohenJust reflects on our new King’s constant support for the Jewish community.
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