History holds that danish began due to an 1850 strike among Denmark’s bakery workers, with recipes from their Austrian replacements helping to inspire the returning employees to tinker with their own pastry creations.
It never hurts to gain acclaim for something worthwhile, and, judging by this week’s submission, one can say that Debbie Robb is proud to proclaim that her roasted peppers recipe has helped her to gain positive renown.
Adults often have to encourage children to eat foods that they do not like, but what about when a member of the older set considers tending to cravings with an item that would not normally register at the top of his or her preference list?
In “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology),” Marvin Gaye laments how cruelly humanity treats the earth. With our recent spate of scorching temperatures, one could easily pen a song about how the sun has chosen to fight back.
Mildred Lloyd-Henderson has served as a loyal contributor to this publication for years, so on account of her recent submission, the South Philly Review has the conviction to call her “The Belle of the Balls.”