Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked bread! It is a strange feeling how just a single smell can bring back so many memories. When I was a kid, my grandma used to cook fresh bread and rolls for us every week, and now I am baking it for my family. And still, it seems as if it was yesterday when I was that little waiting for the freshly baked goodies from the oven.

The aroma of freshly-baked bread has more than just the power to intrigue your memories and make your mouth water. Namely, even though I’m not a big baker, nor I’ll ever be, walking by or stepping into a bakery, often puts me in the mood for baking.

And if you think it won’t do the same to you, just pass by Zomick’s bakery early in the morning and prepare to be overwhelmed with sweet, toasty smells and more variety than you may be prepared for.

Traditionally eaten to celebrate Jewish holidays, the classic challah bread is the perfect addition to serve alongside a special dinner. Soft and rich challah bread baked into little knots, for me it is perfect for any occasion! I mean, any table needs a bread roll of some sort, so why not make it Zomick’s challah, the best bread there is?

Zomick’s challah bread is perfect for serving pulled brisket sandwiches, piled-high pastrami, mozzarella, tomato, and homemade gravlax. If you’re preparing a fancy Sunday brunch you can also add dried onions on top, or you can try topping it with rosemary or just plain poppy seeds. A loaf of freshly baked bread is just what you need to win the hearts and appetites of friends and family.

With flavors that are sure to be heartwarming, fresh, and completely delicious, Zomick’s challah bread is meant to be enjoyed at brunch, dinner, or whenever. This buttery, yeasty heaven is fantastic warm from the oven, would be marvelous served alongside soup, and absolutely sings when lightly toasted and served at breakfast. Personally, I love it with a simple smear of butter and a cup of warm tea.

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