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Back to Business

By Michelle Azar

1 week ago

I received queries and interest galore from my challah baking blog, and have been asked to post my recipe. I never understand what is special about my particular challah, save for the... read on

  • Back to Business

    By Michelle Azar

    1 week ago

    I received queries and interest galore from my challah baking blog, and have been asked to post my recipe. I never understand what is special about my particular challah, save for the mass amounts of honey I pour in during the last mixing phase. I trust all the recipes from Marlene... read on

  • Back to Business

    By Michelle Azar

    1 week ago

    I received queries and interest galore from my challah baking blog, and have been asked to post my recipe. I never understand what is special about my particular challah, save for the mass amounts of honey I pour in during the last mixing phase. I trust all the recipes from Marlene... read on

  • How to Bake

    By Michelle Azar

    3 weeks ago

    I'm a challah baker. I bake challah. I had always liked to bake as a kid, but when I realized how expensive challah can be to buy, I was hooked! Now, the baking of the challah is my entrance into most holidays, the weekly Shabbat and the bigger ones, like the big ole Holy days we... read on

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  • Korean Soap Operas

    By Michelle Azar

    September 18, 2014 | 3:21 pm

    I spent my Monday morning watching a Korean soap opera with my new naked Korean friends at a Korean spa on 6th Street. It really was my only hope after spending a LOVELY if not overly meat-filled evening with friends the night before at Lawry’s Steakhouse. I awoke feeling just fine... read on

  • the kids who write

    By Michelle Azar

    August 19, 2014 | 5:27 pm

    Sunday I had the good fortune of watching my eldest daughter participate in WRITOPIA LAB’s summer culmination at Barnes and Noble in Santa Monica. She stood at a lectern reading the first chapter of her novel as though this was her Sunday norm.

    I sat there with pride of course,... read on

  • When Things Break

    By Michelle Azar

    July 12, 2014 | 12:48 pm

    Things seem to break when you come back from a big trip. This hypothesis does not come from any exhaustive research, but in my short time on this planet I have found it to be true.

    We returned from our jam packed, super fun, long overdue trip to Israel, and I quickly smashed my... read on

  • The Dry Cleaner

    By Michelle Azar

    May 19, 2014 | 1:27 pm

    My dry cleaner has moved and I cannot find him. I know he is close by, but his current location eludes me. I have been driving around for a month now looking for him. Today, with the desperate hope of feeling productive, I dropped off the necesaary rags to the NEW DRY CLEANER... read on

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Michelle fell in love with the practice of Ashtanga Yoga, the system of Hatha Yoga taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, some 13 years ago while doing a play in San Francisco. Having...

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