Project 365 - Day 15 - Holla with the Challah!!


The groom cutting the Challah bread at his Sheva Brochat.  Bread (challah) is served at the meal in order to elevate it to a meal of importance.  According to some customs, a huge challah is made for the main table, and during the meal the bride and groom go round to their guests and hand out pieces of the challah. After the meal, Birkat Hamazon (Grace After Meals) is recited, and the Sheva Brachot are repeated.


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