2001 - 2017


Garlic and Cheese Stuffed Whole Wheat Muffins


Gathering After A Storm - segment 2016, Patricia C. Coleman

Baked! of Bloomington
313 E 3rd St - (812)336-2253
Black Canyon Bakehouse and Catering - 125 N. College Ave. (812)331-6029

BLU Boy Chocolate Cafe and Cakery 112 E. Kirkwood Ave, Bloomington

Bloomington Bagel Company
Crumble Coffey and Bakery -
1567 S Piazza Dr, Bloomington
Feast Restaurant and Bakery

Rainbow Bakery - 201 South Rogers

Runcible Spoon - 412 East 6th St. (812) 334-3997
Nashville General Store & Bakery
118 E. Washington Street
Underground Cupcakes and Cafe
3631 State Rd 46, Bloomington
Sugar to Honey Conversion - 3/4 cup honey equals to 1 cup sugar. Decrease liquid in recipe by 1/4 cup for each cup of honey added. You also need to lower your oven temperature by 25 degrees when using honey.
How to Bake Ancient Roman Bread Dating Back to 79 AD: A Video Primer. in Food & Drink, History, Life, Museums|- How to Bake Ancient Roman Bread Dating Back to 79 AD: A Video ...
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Baking Tips and Techniques from King Aurthur

Bake it Right Flavor Charts
Ingredient Substitutions
Science & Cooking: Harvard's Free Course on Making Cakes ...
Apr 15, 2014 ... I can hardly think of a more appealing nexus of the sciences, for most of us and for obvious (and delicious) reasons, than food. Add a kind of ... cakes-paella-other-delicious-food.html
Downstream Quilter's Comfort tea image - Patricia C. Coleman
The Hows and Whys of Vegan Baking

Ichiyo One Leaf Dharma Arts and Supplies

HART Rock Wellness Arts Explorations


Quilter's Comfort herbal teas, seasonings , craft beer jelly
Small batch blended herbal teas and L.A.O. Nightshade Free Seasonings
Available in Flowing Colors Studio, 112 North Walnut Ave., Suite #600 above Cavaet Emptor Booksellers.

Relax, Reconnect
Re-align, Renew & Support Your Wellbeing
in Body, Mind and Spirit

Vibrational Wellness Arts with Patricia C. Coleman Reiki, Reconnective Healing, Listening, Contemplative Arts

Player's Pub
Runcible Spoon
Being Breath's Presence
Upland Brewery, Bloomington
Brown County Pottery, Anqique Alley, Nashville
Butler Winnery, Bloomington
Farmer House Teas at the Farmer House Museum
Your Name, Your Blend, Your Place Here
Beth Mills
Antique Alley
Nashville, Indiana

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