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December 15th, 2013

Pasqualini’s Bakery, Cakes, Pies, Donuts, Cookies, Breads, Homemade Dog Biscuits, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Southern Delaware


It was early in the a.m. and Pasqualini’s was busy.  Delicious baked goods were about to be set up.  Bakeries have a way of bringing a smile to anyone’s face.  They are happy places, don’t you think?

Kathy is the owner and head pastry chef and for many years this bakery has been delivering delicious homemade baked goods to the residents and visitors of Rehoboth Beach.  Pasqualini’s is located at 101 E. Atlantic Circle.  Tel. 302-227-2111.  Website?




I, actually, did not know that you could order lasagna, gnocchi, and other Italian foods…so if you are expecting guest and don’t feel like cooking, check the board and give them a call at 302-227-2111.


It is that time of the year.  Pick something up for a friend…yum!!


And don’t forget man’s best friend…homemade dog biscuits, as well!!


Have a great day!

December 30th, 2012

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Sunny Skies…..Out & About, Pasqualini’s Bakery, Southern Delaware, Delaware Beaches

The term “relax, slow down; you are at the beach” was the right thing to say on this Sunday morning in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

On t.v. early this morning I saw snow in Philadelphia, Maryland and D.C.  Then, I noticed that Florida was also a bit chilly.  I decided to check the beach in downtown Rehoboth Beach.  Sunday mornings are quiet, especially at this time of the year.  So, out and about I went.


I think 36 degrees was the weather around 8:30 a.m.  I was not complaining.  The beach looked gorgeous.  I never get tired of these views.  The photos were taken on the northern edge of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk.



The WWII towers are my favorites and they looked beautiful this morning…a few walkers enjoying one awesome morning.


Had to see what Pasqualini’s Bakery was offering today.  This bakery has been an institution in Rehoboth Beach.  It is located at 37550 Atlantic Ave., right behind Crystal Restaurant.  Kathy Pasqualini is the Pastry Chef & Owner.  Tels. 302-227-2111, 302-227-1086.  Website?


If you are visiting or if you are a resident, please note that their hours of operations for this week are:  Sunday, 7-3 p.m., Monday, 7-4 p.m., Tuesday, 8-2 p.m., and Wednesday, 7-2 p.m.  They will be closing on Wednesday for a well deserved rest until early spring.


The bake shop was full of strudels, coffee cakes, pies, cookies and breads.  In the summer they even make donuts.



Thought the individual pineapple upside down cakes and the chocolate lace cakes looked tempting.


They had coffee cakes and also apple, cheese, peach coffee cakes.



They always have their Rainbow Bread available.


They also make their own dog biscuits.


Plenty of pies….


Just remember, you have a few days for those New Year’s resolutions to kick in….in the meantime, enjoy!!

Have a great day!

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December 31st, 2011

Downtown Rehoboth Beach Bakeries, Open on New Year’s Day, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches, New Year’s Resolutions will all be forgotten..



I woke up so early and rushed out to see if I could get a glimpse of a sunrise on the last day of the year.  Too cloudy; oh well. 

I decided then that a visit to the downtown Rehoboth Beach bakeries would be the thing to do.  Come New Year’s Day full of 2012 resolutions that will go out the window the moment you see what the bakeries will have; sticky buns, danish, muffins, cupcakes, donuts, breads….wash it down with a cup of coffee; I like it bold, not regular.



The Bake Shoppe is located at 222 Rehoboth Avenue.  Tel. 302-226-0176.  It will open at 6:30 a.m.  This bakery has been in Rehoboth Beach for so many years.  They are known for their traditional Polish Babkas.  The pictures do not lie; check them out and start drooling.










The next bakery I visited was Pasqualini’s Bakery located at 375 Atlantic Ave.  Tels. 302-227-2111, 302-227-1086.  Website?

They will be opening on New Year’s Day from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.  Please note that all baked goods will be 1/2 off.  They will be closing until March.






Cake Break is one of the much loved bakeries in Downtown Rehoboth Beach.  It is located at 7 South First St.  Tel. 302-260-9264.  Website?  You can find Cake Break on Facebook and Twitter.  They will be opening New Year’s Day at 8 a.m.

Cake Break is a nut free facility.  If you have a nut allergy then you will have no worries.  They offer gluten free and vegan cupcakes, as well.



Thanks for the coffee Debbie!!




My last stop was The Point.  This is a Coffee House and Bake Shoppe, located at “the point” where route 1 meets 1 A.  It is 722 Rehoboth Ave. Extended.  Tel. 302-260-9734.  The Point will be opening on New Year’s Day at 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.


Coming in my eyes took off to the case with all the baked goods…..The Point bakes everything in-house and most of the coffees are also roasted in-house.  Plenty of seating to relax. 



They offer all the sweet stuff like sticky buns, cinnamon buns, made to order waffles, biscotti, croissants, artisan breads and birthday and holiday cakes, as well.


Espresso, capuccino, frappes, smoothies and more.  Local King’s Ice Cream.  Free-Wi-Fi and parking.  Order to go or stay awhile.


My latte was delicious and thanks Tom for a very nice treat; a biscotti.

Just enjoying my latte when a gorgeous quiche came out of the kitchen.  For lunch they offer salads, sandwiches and soup, as well.



To the gentleman from New Jersey that I talked his ear off….it was nice meeting you. 



And to all of you?….Happy New Year….Much health and prosperity and time to enjoy it all!!!

May 11th, 2011

Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ Market, Rehoboth Beach, Vendors, Delaware Beaches, 5th Season, Tuesdays, Noon – 4:00 p.m., Rain or Shine, Delaware Beaches



I strolled yesterday, just like everyone else through the tent lined street in Grove Park.  This is the home for the Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ Market who is celebrating its 5th season.  And, every Tuesday, rain or shine, from Noon until 4:00 p.m. you will find the locals, residents and visitors purchasing, organic produce, food, flowers, baked goods and at times live entertainment, as well.  On a beautiful day like yesterday, it was priceless.


Grove Park is a wooded corner in Rehoboth that is located adjacent to the Lighthouse Circle, right by the roundabout.  It has a Tot Lot and benches to sit and rest or get a little shade when the summer weather heats up.



The Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ Market has a website;  

There is free parking available on Henlopen Avenue, Columbia Avenue and Sussex St. and Felton Street.  Otherwise, you will have to feed the meter in a few weeks.

This is the second week for the Farmers’ Market.  Other farmers’ markets at the beaches are starting pretty soon.

Just like the traditional “mercados” found in cities throughout the world, growers sell their produce directly to the public.  You can even have lunch at the Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ Market.  Some vendors have pick up delicacies.  For example, Yolanda from Mariachi which is located at Wilmington Ave. had Arroz con Pollo, Papusas, Tamales among other things.  Mariachi’s website is


Shopping at farmers’ markets has become a weekly ritual for a lot of us that want to have fresh and local produce.  It is great to engage in conversation with some of the farmers.

The Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ Market has about 25 vendors.  To see the complete list, please visit   There are a few new ones but all the old standbys are there, as well.


So, as I strolled these vendors got me interested.  Their produce looked beautiful.

From Deep Grass Nurseries, a certified organic farm in Sussex County, Delaware.



From Kennet Square the mushroom from Davidson Exotic Mushrooms.  Kennet Square, PA is known as mushroom capital of the U.S.



Jimmy Lynn’s Seafood, Home of the Crab with Attitude and one of my favorites in the area had beautiful seafood.




Breads from Koglers Old World Breads made in Ellendale, Delaware



Backyard Jams and Jellies


Cleckner Family Farm Eggs are from Bivalve, Maryland.  Hormone free, chemical free and healthy range chickens.  They are a “Community Supported Agriculture”.  CSA is usually an organic vegetable farm where one pays a fee to join and then gets a share of the crops throughout the season.  For more info. please visit



I had not seen Skipper’s All Natural Crunchy Dog Treats before.  They are made in Lewes, Delaware and are all natural pet treats and all natural pet products.  They also have custom orders, personalized birthday, holiday and forever home gifts.  They are on Facebook and their website is



Fifer Orchards are favorites at the Delaware Beaches.




I met Victoria who is the owner and baker from Olivia’s Breads & Alden’s Desserts.  These are her kids’ names.  Her love of baking natural and delicious treats started a long time ago with the dietary requirements of her grandmother.  The rest is history.  If you need gluten free, sugar free, etc. etc. just give her a couple of days notice.  Her website is Toll free is 1-855-424-4395.



Nuts to You had beautiful nuts.  They also had “butters”; Almond, Peanut, Pecan and Walnut.




Pasqualinis Bakery is in downtown Rehoboth beach on 375 Atlantic Ave.  Website?



Kettle Korn is lightly salty and somewhat sweet.  Perfect combination.  You will find it towards the end of the tents.


Susie Sunshine Organic Sprouts had plenty of samples for tastings.





Yes, it was certainly nice.  I know I missed some of the vendors.  There is always next time.  I hope you get to visit some of these farmers’ markets in our Delaware Beaches.  It is worth it!!


Have a great day!!  Talk to you later…

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March 4th, 2011

Comfort Zone, Bethany Blues, Lewes, Confucius, Pasqualini’s is Open for the Season, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches


Bethany Blues in Lewes, Delaware, is a must if you are in the mood for good barbecue.  Besides the food they are bringing good musicians into their restaurant.  Check their website, If you going out tonight stop by, get a bite to eat and listen to Comfort Zone, which will be the performers this evening, starting at 8:30 p.m. 


Bethany Blues is located at 18385 Coastal Highway, Lewes, DE 19958.  Tel. 302-644-2500.


Open for the season is Pasqualini’s Bakery.  Thursdays until Sundays for March and April, then full steam ahead once the season gets under way.  They are located at 37560 Atlantic Ave., Rehoboth Beach.  Tel. 302-227-2111.  Website?


Besides being a full fledge bakery with delicious coffee cakes, muffins, breads, etc.  they also have gourmet dog biscuits.



All the cravings I get during the week for particular foods, Chinese is also one of them.  The other day went to Confucius, which I have blogged plenty of times.  It is located on 57 Wilmington Ave., tel. 302-227-3848.  Website is

It was quiet, so they made me a dish that they used to make when they had a restaurant in Wilmington.  Seasoned Beef, I believe it was called.  It was good, with a slight kick of heat and a light sauce.


Frog legs were also ordered.  I am not crazy about them.  I don’t like the look of them; my opinion. I have not tried them and I can usually try anything.


Also the salt and pepper shrimp were ordered, as well.  The shredded peppers were spicy; just enough.


The sauteed green beans are a must at Confucius.  They have tiny shrimp and a bit of soy sauce; just gives them a special flavor.  Cooked al dente, they are great.


An uneventful evening; relaxing.


Have a good Friday…see you…

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