Throughout the year, the challot we eat on Shabbat are braided. On Rosh HaShanah, though, we eat rounded challah that’s slightly sweeter than usual. Tina Wasserman, the Reform Movement’s chef in residence, teaches you how to make a round challah in the easy video tutorial below. For a more in-depth how-to, check out Tina’s recipe for round challah, complete with tips on how to give your dough a golden color (turmeric and saffron!) and how to cut your challah so that it doesn’t become a matted blob. Bon appétit and shana tova umetukah!