It was listed a month or so ago. It was a round bread, rather flat, with pinwheel type blades you could pull off.
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I have another one, years old. Are you interested...I can look for it. When do you want to/need to make such a bread?
OK, Sam, you found the one you remembered and it looks great.
In case you want another type of pinwheel bread (optional to fill with cinnamon, nuts &/or raisins) see Maggie Glezer pinwheel challah at Epicurious:
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Could it be this one? https://food52.com/blog...
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Could this be the one you're looking for Sam:
Ah, I forgot about that one. Pretty & bet that's it!
Yes..that was it! I neglected to save it at the time and couldn't find the keywords for it.
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Best bread ever!! People love it. One of these days, I'm going to make it and not share. :)
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