When I first moved from New York City to the Eastern Shore, I couldn’t find any bakeries making Italian bread. So I made my own using my family’s recipe passed down over the generations. Join me at the YMCA kitchen in Easton and learn how to make authentic Italian bread for your own family. I will also show you how to make a quick and delicious marinara sauce to serve over pasta or just dipping your Italian bread!

In-person at the Easton Peachblossom YMCA kitchen.


Sal Simoncini

Sal is retired contractor from NYC. He bought a farm in Wittman in 1996 where he restored his farmhouse on weekends and continued renovating brownstones in NY during the week until 2002 when he retired. Since then, Sal has been an active member of his church as well as a loyal volunteer in many non-profits in Talbot County. He loves people, and he loves to cook. His motto: Enjoy life!

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