Is the little girl on Sunbeam bread a real person?

Answer Artist Ellen Segner based her original 1942 Little Miss Sunbeam illustration on a girl playing in Washington Square Park in New York City. Segner watched the girl for several days while developing ... Read More »

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Who was the sunbeam bread girl?

Patty Michaels was chosen in 1955 as "Little Miss Sunbeam," her smiling image printed on millions of bread bags. Michaels, a child model, also released several records during the 1960s, appeared on... Read More »

How to Get the Paddle Out of Bread Baked in a Sunbeam Breadmaker?

The paddles (or kneading blades) are the most important part to any brand of bread machine, as they are what mixes the ingredients and knead the dough. The paddles are removable and are attached to... Read More »

Is Little Debbie a real person?

The Little Debbie character who graces a line of popular snack foods was based on a picture of founder O.D. McKee's then four-year-old granddaughter, Debbie McKee. According to company history, the... Read More »

Was Little Bear in The Indian In The Cupboard ever a real person?

He was an American Indian actually from the 1760's and was transported to Omri's time when the plastic toy figure was brought to life.