Carnaval de Puebla Parade – 9th and Washington on Sunday afternoon.
We’ve all been there – you need bread for dinner, but didn’t plan ahead to whip up a no-knead loaf, the bakery is closed, and your eyes are rolling like a slot machine at the “Italian” bread in your grocery store. Here’s an easy, four ingredient bread (five, if you count water as an ingredient) to make in about an hour, and it’s good! Continue reading
I spotted this fabulous architectural ornament while on one of our South Philly Safaris.
On Sunday, the temperature dropped and I regretted storing my winter coat. The wind picked up, and I decided to stay put for the afternoon and whip up a batch of muffins. An apple studded, soft cake with a crunchy topping, perfect partner with a cup of coffee on a chilly spring day. Continue reading
Walking home from the YMCA early in the morning.
I love lemon meringue pie, although I’ve never made one before, I decided that Easter would be a perfect opportunity to do so! It looks like there’s a lot of steps – pre-baked pie shell, cooking the filling, making meringue, and the more steps, the more things that can go wrong. But it’s actually pretty easy, and I decided that even if I screwed it up and it was inedible – there’s always ice cream in the fridge! Continue reading
Somewhere at the end of the ’80s I started dating a girl just after the holidays. I sketched out this little cartoon combining Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Easter for her as a gag greeting card.
Posted in Blast from the Past, Drawer Cards, Holiday, Illustration, It Came From the Sketchbook, Sketch
Tagged 1980s, analog, Cartoon, Christmas, drawing, Easter, humor, ink, Joe Williams, Sketch, USA, Valentine's Day
Urban texture on Carpenter Street off of Broad.
Easter is approaching, and the Boy requested a new bow tie for the occasion. A bow tie is easy to whip up – instructions are here!