In my attempt to reclaim more Sudilkov minhagim, I once asked the Sudilkover Rebbe about the challahs used for the Friday night meal. The Rebbe told me that the challah placed on the left side was a traditional braided challah and the challah placed on the right side was a unbraided challah with a very thin strip of dough across the top (somewhat resembling an American football). After providing me with these directions, the Rebbe asked me to send him a picture of the "football" challah so that he could verify that we were making it correctly. I sent him this picture below after a few weeks of trial and error, and the Rebbe acknowledged that these challahs were indeed made in accordance with Sudilkov's minhag. From that day forward, the "Sudilkov challah" became a fixture of Shabbos in my home and now my children ask for it by name.