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My first food venture, a whole-grain bakery in San Diego, CA called Rebel Bakers, was created in 1980 with Billy Nessen, my first true love and still a friend. After selling the bakery (which no longer exists, alas), I studied Semiotics at Brown University. There, I learned to make one-pot wonders on the cheap, in a scrappy kitchen with hungry post-structuralist chums and budding filmmakers. I enrolled in Gilles

There, I learned to make one-pot wonders on the cheap, in a scrappy kitchen with hungry post-structuralist chums and budding filmmakers. I enrolled in Gilles

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My first food venture, a whole-grain bakery in San Diego, CA called Rebel Bakers, was created in 1980 with Billy Nessen, my first true love and still a friend. After selling the bakery (which no longer exists, alas), I studied Semiotics at Brown University.

My first food venture, a whole-grain bakery in San Diego, CA called Rebel Bakers, was created in 1980 with Billy Nessen, my first true love and still a friend. After selling the bakery (which no longer exists, alas), I studied Semiotics at Brown University. There, I learned to make one-pot wonders on the cheap, in a scrappy kitchen with hungry post-structuralist chums and budding filmmakers. I enrolled in Gilles.

My first food venture, a whole-grain bakery in San Diego, CA called Rebel Bakers, was created in 1980 with Billy Nessen, my first true love and still a friend. After selling the bakery (which no longer exists, alas), I studied Semiotics at Brown University. There, I learned to make one-pot wonders on the cheap, in a scrappy kitchen with hungry post-structuralist chums and budding filmmakers. I enrolled in Gilles.

My first food venture, a whole-grain bakery in San Diego, CA called Rebel Bakers, was created in 1980 with Billy Nessen, my first true love and still a friend. After selling the bakery (which no longer exists, alas), I studied Semiotics at Brown University. There, I learned to make one-pot wonders on the cheap, in a scrappy kitchen with hungry post-structuralist chums and budding filmmakers. I enrolled in Gilles.

Last but not least, be sure to follow me on Instagram if you aren’t already! I have a very exciting announcement on the way!

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    The bread looks amazing, and I would love to know the recipe too!

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    HI, would you mind sharing the recipe please, it looks so good!
    Thank you 🙂
    Hugs, Teresa

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