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Monthly Archives: November 2012
I was thinking I would make a pancake and bacon breakfast in honor of Joe’s birthday, but it felt all sorts of wrong. How could I make him a card that was a tribute to his love of Pop-Tarts and … Continue reading
This card was partially inspired by the folks who discover the image of Jesus on their toast and Joe’s current obsession with blueberry Pop-Tarts. Growing up, Joe’s Mom didn’t care that Lucky Charms were magically delicious, she bought Cheerios. And … Continue reading
I’m guessing, but this looks to be John B. Capewell’s brother-in-law, niece who showed up in last week’s photo and sister. It looks like they’re shot in the same room as last week’s shot only this trio is a little … Continue reading
This is one of the desserts I served on Thanksgiving. I’m pretty sure that galette translated means “I seem to have misplaced my pie plate”. No matter, all you need is some pie dough, fruit, sugar, a little flour and … Continue reading
This was a gal I saw on the Market-Frankford El that got off of the train somewhere in University City. I scribbled down a quick sketch, and I did this on the way home from memory on the El.
Thanks to Kyle Skrinak of Skrinak Creative, Willceau Illo News is now back in the land of the living! Thanks, Kyle!
Your own personal Jesus.
Those viddles aren’t going to fix themselves!
Knowing that a lot of you are going to be on the road visiting relatives, we figured we’d wish you a Happy Thanksgiving before you motored off! (And P.S. – Do be careful at the Black Friday Sales.)
I’ll be flying solo in the kitchen this Thanksgiving and instead of my usual yeast rolls I thought I’d simplify things and make popovers instead. The batter is mixed in a blender and poured into a muffin pan. What could … Continue reading
This was my Mom’s recipe, over the years it was doubled to make extra because the first loaf never lasted long. A slice of this bread and a cup of coffee on Thanksgiving morning was our fuel before we hit … Continue reading
The sky last night over Baltimore Avenue.
Twenty first in a series creating a collage using five elements.