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Challah Hamburger Buns?

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Iowegan Sep 5, 2013 08:42 PM

Just watched a TV show about burgers in the Chicago area, and the host went to a place in Evanston that serves their burgers on buns made with Challah Bread dough - they actually look like minature, round Challah loaves.

Where these are purchased wasn't mentioned in the show. Can anybody here save me a trip to Evanston?

Thanks!

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  1. weinstein5 RE: Iowegan Sep 6, 2013 06:40 AM

    Most of the kosher bakeries make challah rolls which means you will need to make a trek to wither Rogers Park - North Shore Bakery or Tel Aviv Bakery or to Skokie - Breadsmith

    The Jewel's in Skokie, Evanston and Highland Park I know also sell breads from those bakeries

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      sunbrace RE: weinstein5 Sep 6, 2013 09:41 PM

      Where does OP live? Some grocery stores in Chicago also sell Breadsmith. I've seen them at Market Place in Lincoln Park and at the Whole Foods store in Lincoln Park.

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        weinstein5 RE: sunbrace Sep 7, 2013 09:35 AM

        good point -

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          Iowegan RE: sunbrace Sep 9, 2013 10:48 AM

          I'm a couple of blocks from the Pulaski / Belmont intersection. Does that help any with your recommendations?

          Thanks!

          (Update: I just talked to the Breadsmith on Dempster Street in Skokie, and it sounds like they have exactly what I'm after. If so, then many, many thanks!!!)

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            ferret RE: Iowegan Sep 9, 2013 10:54 AM

            The Jewel at Pulaski/Foster carries them with their Kosher breads, but not consistently.

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        jbontario RE: Iowegan Sep 6, 2013 08:17 AM

        Z Bakery makes a very good challah roll that can be bought at all the local whole foods. Also, most Great Harvest Bread company frachises make a really great round challah and challah rolls that can be used as buns. Breadsmith also makes a good challah roll.

        Edit, only Z Bakery are certified kosher.

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