- Cut a foil pan's corners so that it will lie flat.
- Roll the foil pan into a cone shape and secure with duct tape.
Be careful, the cut edges are very sharp.
- Cover with heavy duty aluminum foil.
- Spray generously with oil.
- Place oiled foil mold on a cookie sheet and make a large recipe of bread dough.
I used our regular Yekkish/Water Challah recipe this time.
- Roll the bread into long, thin snakes.
- Starting at the tip, wind the dough around the oiled foil cone.
- After allowing to rise a bit, brush with diluted egg yolk and bake until golden brown.
- I put the "flowing abundance" on a clear tray so we can move it easily when clearing the table.
(From 2004) Including the ornamental Indian Corn, but not including the reusable nuts and vegetables, this (theoretically edible) centerpiece cost less than $3 to make.