I believe it’s safe to say challah never gets old. In Jewish culture, the braided challah bread is ensconced in tradition. It symbolizes joy, gathering, faith, trust in God, ultimate redemption and absence of arrogance. Commemorating the weekly Sabbath by eating challah at every Friday dinner and every Saturday lunch is a generations-long tradition and a way of observing the rituals of a Jewish life. But ultimately, the thing that makes this bread so special is its versatility. If you’ve ever been to Inwood, NY, you must have sensed the aroma of the freshly baked loaves spreading from Zomick’s bakery. If you enjoy good bread and are looking to be impressed than this is the place to visit.