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The Wonder of White Bread

This was another cartoon spot illustration that I did for The Philadelphia Daily News as part of “The Secret Life of Food.” It ran with the shivering banana that I featured here at Willceau Illo News recently. Similar to the … Continue reading

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Cinnamon Bread

This is one of the best loaves of bread I’ve ever made! This cinnamon bread is soft, smells heavenly, and is delicious by itself, no butter or jam needed. I imagine that it would make divine French toast, but we … Continue reading

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Apple Blondies

Our first snowstorm of 2021, and I’ve been making soup, bread, and apple blondies. Because what else are you gonna do besides shovel snow, watch movies, and eat?

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Mother’s Day French Toast

On Mother’s Day, I made my “special occasion” French toast for brunch. It was the least I could do since The Boy was handling dinner. On Saturday, I made cinnamon raisin bread, but challah or a day old country loaf … Continue reading

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Rustic No-Knead Bread

Wednesday may be Prince Spaghetti Day, but around here we do rotini and meatball Thursdays. Of course, what pasta dinner would be complete without some crusty bread fresh out of the oven? This no-knead bread takes about 2 hours to … Continue reading

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No-Knead Peasant Bread

Sometimes making no-knead bread is a commitment. You have to plan a day ahead because of the 12 to 18 hour rise time. This peasant bread, start to finish, takes about 2 hours – and makes a magnificent loaf. You … Continue reading

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Ralph’s & Sarcone’s

Ralph’s Italian Restaurant and Sarcone’s Bakery are two icons of 9th Street’s Italian Market. Both businesses have been around for over a century and are family owned. Ralph’s holds a special place in my heart because we had our wedding … Continue reading

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