I always feel a special connection to the New Year's holiday, because my grandmother's maiden name was Terese Capadanno, which translates to head of the year. I till miss my Nonna so much, and during this holiday season of baking, I thought of her often as I made her biscotti and pizzelli.
Join me in making a case a month! As of July 1: 8 pillowcases completed
Cotuit Harbor dredger
Greetings from the seaside
Sunset on the beach
Cape Cod Cranberries
Gorgeous vintage postcards, ephemera and more
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"Clara and Mr. Tifany," by Susan Vreeland
"August Heat," by Andrea Camillieri
"The House on Tradd Street," by Karen White.
"Dolce Italiano," by Gina DePalma
"Fifth Avenue, 5 a.m. Audry Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany's and The Dawn of the Modern Woman," by Sam Wasson
"The Forgotten Garden," by Kate Morton
"The Postmistress," by Sarah Blake
"Stay," by Allie Larkin
"A Rather Charming Invitation," by C.A. Belmond
"Heart of the Sphinx," by Donna Leon
"Looking for a Love Story," by Louise Schaeffer
"The Night Villa," by Carol Goodman
"When We Were Strangers," by Pamela Schoenowaldt
"Rules of Civility," by Amor Towle
"The Dog Who Came in from the Cold," by Alexander McCall Smith