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COOKIES INSPIRED BY HISTORIC MALIBU POTTERY

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Los Angeles Times Daily Dish BY JESSICA RITZ May 4, 2015 When Malibu matriarch May Knight Rindge built the Adamson House in 1929 as a gift to her daughter, Rhoda Adamson, she couldn’t have imagined the goods it would inspire many decades later. But it’s likely she would have approved of Modern Bite baking company’s shortbread adaptation of the Malibu Potteries tile work that the landmark home became known for. Given that Modern Bite’s vice president of design, Greg Roth, is a Southern California Institute of Architecture alum and an interior designer, it’s understandable why this subject matter caught his eye. He recalls being...

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