I want a delicious challah recipe
When we lived in one of the places we lived, there was a fantastic challah bread I could get in the grocery store bakery. (I think it was when we lived in Ontario). You could pull it apart easily, it had a nice tear, like coming apart in strings, a bit sweet, very light, yet a nice chew. It wasn't brioche (but I love that too), it was a lighter flavor/texture than brioche.
Since then I've tried so many at kosher bakeries, Whole foods, grocery stores and they are all DRY. Bleck... I really detest dry breads. I'm also not interested in a sourdough starter (at this point) as I haven't grown one. Though I plan to start soon. Well, I guess I should say, I would be OK with a starter bread recipe, but I'm also interested in a regular yeasted recipe. So many of them look so nice, but then disappoint the palate.