I have one of those books too, and I do still use it from time to time. Mostly, though, I see recipes that interest me on Facebook, or from other online places like Taste of Home or Food Network.I use a lot of old family recipes. If I can't find a recipe for something in my Family Recipe Box then I resort to either the Good Housekeeping Cookbook (which I've had for close to 40 years)...
I also get a lot of my recipes online, particularly for global types of foods. I love experimenting and learning how to cook things from different countries.
I am definitely going to try this. I make Challah for my friend during Hanukkah (she always has Christmas dinner with us). It looks similar but with all the sugary, cardamon goodness.I also found a vegan nissu recipe on the web and tweaked it a bit for mistakes, the use of a bread machine, and recording how different variations turned out.
It certainly is! I did have to make a few tweaks (partly to make it bread machine friendly) and can send that to you if you want. It comes out pretty good. The most recent one I made into a twisted wreath shape (the traditional shapes vary but the one I grew up with is braided). It came out looking a lot like challah after baking. Perfect for the holidays as it combines several traditions.I am definitely going to try this. I make Challah for my friend during Hanukkah (she always has Christmas dinner with us). It looks similar but with all the sugary, cardamon goodness.