Sometimes the simplest things are the best

Nov 17, 2019,02:15 AM

Made a „Zopf“, a traditional Swiss twisted bread for Sunday breakfast.

Enjoy your Sunday!

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Good morning Daniel ...

 By: Cpt Scarlet : November 17th, 2019-02:32
Looks delicious what do you have with your Zopf ? Today I’m enjoying freshly homemade Sourdough bread for breakfast. ...  

Yummie! Great job on the sourdough.

 By: mrds : November 17th, 2019-05:37
I‘ll just have some butter and salt on the Zopf, alongside a nice scrambled egg. Enjoy!

Thanks, enjoy 🙏 [nt]

 By: Cpt Scarlet : November 17th, 2019-05:47


 By: Weems@8 : November 17th, 2019-02:43
It looks fabulous.

En guete und en schoene Sunntig! [nt]

 By: LX (Alex) : November 17th, 2019-02:46
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are you all Swiss?

 By: Weems@8 : November 17th, 2019-06:15
So eine sontag im Novembre. )

En guete 👌 [nt]

 By: @lberti : November 17th, 2019-03:42

That looks exactly like challah!

 By: Spencer Karrington : November 17th, 2019-06:17
Is it the same or does it have a similar taste?

I never had challah

 By: mrds : November 17th, 2019-09:57
Just returned from Israel but never had it. I looked up the recipe though, and it seems to me that challah is sweeter than Zopf. In Zopf there is just one tbsp of sugar while challah contains 100g in the recipe I looked up. Otherwise, it seems quite close... 

I see, thanks for the explanation.

 By: Spencer Karrington : November 18th, 2019-06:15
There was this bakery where I use to live in the USA that had some of the best challah, I miss it so much :p Your's looks just as amazing! it is very interesting how similar they are, I wonder which was the chicken or the egg?