MONROE, Conn. – A former Monroe resident rose to the occasion to bake bread for the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum's annual Colonial Thanksgiving dinner, according to the Monroe Courier.
Master baker Tani Mauriello operates the Plimouth Bread Company at Plimouth Plantation in Massachusetts, after training in the kitchens of Oxford University in England, the story said.
Mauriello baked the loaves in an authentic 17th-century oven at Plimouth Plantation, reported the Monroe Courier.
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