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The Remaking of Corbin Wale

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

The Remaking of Corbin Wale (2018) Roan Parrish

The Remaking of Corbin WaleRomance plus bakery

The best bakeries had a cohesive vision. You didn’t want a counter selling bran muffins next to key lime tarts next to baklava next to polvorones. The menu needed to have range, but not feel chaotic— provide surprises, but not overwhelm.

Even the bits that aren’t about food, are about food.

Corbin was a strawberry. If you had any sense at all, you took it as it was and you never questioned it. You didn’t add sugar and you didn’t add heat. You didn’t put it in a sandwich or use it in a cake. You didn’t do anything to it because it was already as absolutely, perfectly a strawberry as it would ever be. You recognized it, and were grateful for it.

My grandmother always said don’t bake while you’re angry or sad because your bitterness will flavor the bread. You should bake with love if you’re baking for people you love, and they’ll taste the sweetness.”

Just needed this is a reread.

Publisher: Monster Press

Rating: 8.5/10


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