Willetta Warberg

Writing Career

After a successful twenty-eight-year career in the publishing world in New York City, Warberg returned to her hometown of Twin Falls, Idaho, and started a public relations company specializing in food manufacturers. Here she is seen attending the Twin Falls Opera in 1976.

Twin Falls Opera Twin Falls Opera
Headshot

She wrote a weekly column, "Willetta Says," for the Twin Falls, Idaho Times News from 1978 to 1987. This was the photo that accompanied many of her columns.

Other Careers

Warberg's creative activities have also included rock hounding, gem polishing, jewelry design (with precious and semiprecious stones), clothing design, painting, portraiture, and photography.

Shirley's

Warberg served as pastry chef, bookkeeper, and all-around helper in her daughter’s restaurant, Shirley’s, starting in 1991 in Woodstock, New York. Here she bakes a batch of sticky buns.

In 1991, Willetta left Twin Falls, Idaho and returned to the East Coast, settling in Woodstock, New York in order to help her daughter, Daniela, run her restaurant, Shirley's. One of her many roles in the business was as pastry chef.


Volunteer and Leisure-time Activities

Warberg has been an active member of the boards of directors of many musical organizations, including: The Northwest Opera Association (1984-1987); Overlook Lyric Theater (Woodstock, NY, President, 1996-2000); Woodstock Chamber Orchestra (Vice President, 1993 to present, and program annotator for several years); Maverick Concerts Inc. (Member, Board of Directors, 2007 to present); and Friends of the Maverick Concerts Inc. (Chairman, 1999 to 2010). She has been a member of the New York State Music Teachers Association since 1980.

Warberg was president of the Overlook Lyric Theater, a seasonal opera company, starting in 1995, the group's third season. Along with Artistic Director Henry Bloch, she produced chamber operas for a period of four years.  In 1992, the group produced the first production of Henry Cowell's 1954 opera The Commission, thirty-eight years after its composition. The production was reviewed in the American Record Guide, September 26, 1992.

Warberg has been an avid skier, both cross-country and downhill, since her teen years, and went helicopter skiing in the mountains of Idaho with US Olympic Coach Lief Odmark.

Willetta has traveled extensively-on tour with her pianist husband, David Bar-Illan; in her career as photographic stylist and food writer; on
assignment checking crops for public relations work with seed companies; as well as for pleasure. Concert tours with David took the couple to South America, Europe, Great Britain, Canada, and across the United States. Vacations and visits with friends took her to Mexico, Jamaica, Tortola, Puerto Rico, and several islands of Hawaii. And in 1978 she traveled to Kenya for the total solar eclipse.


Books by Willetta Warberg

Space Ace Cookery

Space Age Cookery: the Complete Handbook of Food Processing; Everything you need to know about the new food processing equipment and other time-saving appliances and techniques, with a special consumer's buying guide. (Pinnacle Books, 1976).

The book describes food dishes that utilize many newly introduced small kitchen appliances. Recipes are keyed to particular types of machines, including food processors, blenders, food mills, and single use items such as yogurt makers, ice cream makers, peanut butter machines, and coffee mills. Pictures of specific brands, along with the features of each model, are included. Warberg provided important tips, including: read the manual; don't immerse the machine; unplug after use; hand wash even if they say parts are dishwasher proof; don't oil; cover with cotton, not plastic, covers; don't let children use them without supervision. Recipes are provided for appetizers, soups, baby foods, etc.

Cooking from Scratch

Cooking From Scratch: The single man's guide to making out in the kitchen. (Ballantine Books, 1976).

Aimed at single men with little or no experience in cooking, the book has sections including "Unveiling the cooking mystique," and chapters such as "So What's a Kitchen?" and "Now You're Ready for Dinner for Two: Twelve Menus." It guides bachelors through equipment, supplies, storage, food preparation, and the various components of a good meal. It also provides essential information for any beginning cook, such as a glossary of cooking
terms, equivalents in measurements, and substitutions for many basic ingredients.


Research Reports by Willetta Warberg (Willetta Bar-Illan)

Bar-Illan, Willetta. (1960) "1960 Study of Restaurants in Israel and Their Role in Tourism," US Department of State, US International Cooperation Administration, 1960.

Warberg, Willetta. (1982) "A Feasibility Analysis of an Acquisition of Magic Valley Memorial Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho by American Medical International Inc."


Weekly columns by Willetta Warberg

Warberg, Willetta. "Home-Town Market Basket" (1978-1987) [weekly column on seasonal foods, weekly food bargains, food lore, and recipes, syndicated to newspapers nationwide.]

Warberg, Willetta. "Willetta Says" (1978-1987). Weekly column in Twin Falls, Idaho Times-News.


Articles by Willetta Warberg (Willetta Bar-Illan, pseudonym Stephanie Sargent)
[Partial List]

Bar-Illan, Willetta. (1964) "Dinner in 90 Seconds: What the food revolution will do to your kitchen." Science Digest, pp. 73-90, Aug 1964. [Predictions concerning freeze-drying; instant foods; new cooking devices ("microwave ovens, now used in restaurants, will become a common feature of the home kitchen"; boil-in bags; food irradiation, etc.).

Bar-Illan, Willetta, Food Editor. (1964) "The Wonderful World of Wine," Ladies Home Journal, September 1964, p. 117.

Bar-Illan, Willetta, Food Editor. (1964) "Squash," Ladies Home Journal, October 1964, pp. 147-150.

Bar-Illan, Willetta, Food Editor. (1964) "Six Ways to Give Thanks with Game," Ladies Home Journal, November 1964, pp. 144-149.

Bar-Illan, Willetta, Food Editor. (1964) "Family Reunion," Ladies Home Journal, August 1964, p. 102.

Family ReunionFamily Reunion

As Food Editor, Willetta wrote the article, developed the recipes, cooked the food, and arranged and styled the photograph for this spread in the August, 1964 issue of Ladies Home Journal.

Bar-Illan, Willetta, Food Editor. (1965) "New Data on Diets," Ladies Home Journal, January 1965, pp. 62-65.

Sargent, Stephanie [pseudonym of Willetta Warberg] (1965) "Clear Complexion Diet," Diets for Love, 1965, pp. 52-53.

Sargent, Stephanie [pseudonym of Willetta Warberg] (1965) "How to Feast Without Gaining Weight," Diets for Love, 1965, pp. 26-29.

Sargent, Stephanie [pseudonym of Willetta Warberg] (1958) "The Bachelor's Diet: How to eat like Lucullus and still be an Apollo," Esquire, Sep 1958, pp. 18-20.

Warberg, Willetta (1961). "From Tzimmes to Homus: The Dawn of Israeli Cuisine." Hadassah Magazine, Vol. 42, No. 4, Dec. 1961, pp. 6-7.

Warberg, Willetta (1963) "The Best Parties," Glamour, Dec 1963, pp. 104-109. [Warberg did cooking, writing, recipes, styling, and modeled in one of the photographs.]

Warberg, Willetta (1965) "To Your Health! Beautiful, boozy drinks that also give you nourishment" Cosmopolitan, Aug 1965.

Warberg, Willetta (1965) "Old-Fashioned Family Get-Together," The American Home, Nov 1965, pp. 56-57. [Warberg did writing, styling, and modeled in several photographs.]

Warberg, Willetta (1968) [Food Styling for front cover, back cover, and lead story, "Profitable Pleasure," Applied Photography International, No. 5, International Publication of Professional Photography, 1968.

Warberg, Willetta (1971) "30-Day Survival meal Plan," Modern Maturity, Feb/Mar 1971, pp. 27-33.         [Stretching pension money, with thirty days of sensible, varied, and inexpensive menus. 90 menus that cost 25% of your monthly check.]

Warberg, Willetta. (1974) "Warning: Don't Diet Your Way to Poor Health," Girl Talk, May 1974.           [Far ahead of her time in saying that crash, gimmick, or rapid weight-loss diets can be harmful. Warns about anemia, malnutrition, skin problems, and advises eating a variety of foods, getting lots of exercise, keeping your skin thoroughly lubricated, and losing weight very slowly. The sidebar was "The Seven Stages Diet," which was also featured on the cover of the magazine.]

Warberg, Willetta. (1976) "Delectable discards: Many of the ‘waste' products in your kitchen can provide tasty treats," Modern Maturity, Oct-Nov 1976, pp. 64-65.

Warberg, Willetta. (1976) "American melting pot feast," NRTA Journal [National Retired Teachers Association], Nov-Dec 1976, pp. 64-65.

Warberg, Willetta. (1977) "Homemade cookies like Grandmother's," NRTA Journal [National Retired Teachers Association], Mar-Apr 1977, pp. 47-48.

Warberg, Willetta. (1977) "Breakfasts we remember," NRTA Journal [National Retired Teachers Association], Jul-Aug 1977, pp. 28-30.

Warberg, Willetta. (1977) "They called it Thangs Giving," Modern Maturity, Oct-Nov 1977, pp.-88.

Warberg, Willetta. (1978) "Pudding, Please!" Modern Maturity, Apr-May 1978, pp. 55-56.

Warberg, Willetta. (1978) "Desserts the Doctor Ordered," NRTA Journal [National Retired Teachers Association], May-Jun 1978, pp. 60-62.

Warberg, Willetta. (1978) "Holiday menu that's cheaper by the dozen," NRTA Journal [National Retired Teachers Association], Nov-Dec 1978, pp. 32-34.

Warberg, Willetta. (1978) "Make a Sun Valley Hospitality ‘High'," Sun Valley Magazine, Winter 1978, pp. 56-58.

Warberg, Willetta. (1979) "Yogurt and you," NRTA Journal [National Retired Teachers Association], Mar-Apr 1979, pp. 38-40.

[Warberg, Willetta] (1979) "Many-Splendored Fruits," The Family Food Garden, Apr 1979, pp. 40 and 44.

Warberg, Willetta. (1979) "Summer Soups to Cool You Off," Modern Maturity, Jun-Jul 1979, p. 67.

Warberg, Willetta. (1979) "Great Vegetable Soups of the World," The Family Food Garden, Sep 1979,  pp. 34-35.

Warberg, Willetta. (1979) "Nature's super health pill," Modern Maturity, Oct-Nov 1979, pp. 18-19. [Apple information and recipes.]

Warberg, Willetta (1979) "Stop! Look! Eat! Enjoy!" Sun Valley Magazine, Winter 1979, pp. 68-71. [Review of Le Club Restaurant, with recipes]

[Warberg, Willetta] (1981) "Cooking with Kandy Korn" The Family Food Garden, Jan 1981, pp. 66-68.

Warberg, Willetta. (1981) "Kuta…A New Squash for All Seasons" The Family Food Garden, Feb 1981, pp. 22 and 67, with article title featured on cover of magazine.

[Warberg; Willetta] (1981) "Kandy Korn…New Monarch of the Garden," The Family Food Garden, Jan 1981, pp. 20-21.

Warberg, Willetta. (1981) "Return of the Spud," Modern Maturity, Jun-Jul 1981, pp. 69-71.

Warberg, Willetta. (1981)  "Meal-in-a-salad," Modern Maturity, Aug-Sep 1981, p. 29.

Warberg, Willetta. (1982) "Cooking on the Road: A practical guide for retirees who like to combine touring with eating in the outdoors," Modern Maturity, Feb-Mar 1982, pp. 39-40.

Warberg, Willetta. (1983) "All about Tofu," Modern Maturity, Apr-May 1983, pp. 68-69.

Kandy Korn Cookbook
She also developed an 80-page cookbook for Kandy Korn, with recipes for appetizers, soups, main dishes, drinks, and desserts using the corn.

Warberg, Willetta. (1983) "Willetta Warberg on Beans, Beans, Beans," [part of "Garden-Good Food Ideas from Great Gardener-Cooks"], Flower and Garden, Aug-Sep 1983, pp. 18-71.

Warberg, Willetta. (1984) "Turn Home Preserved Fruits Into Culinary Delights," Flower and Garden, Aug-Sep 1984, pp. 6-8.

Warberg, Willetta (1985) "Plan a Holiday Salad Bar Party From Your Garden." Flower and Garden, Aug-Sep 1985.

Warberg, Willetta (1980) Kandy Korn: From the Kitchen of Willetta Warberg (1980). Pamphlet. Willetta Enterprises. ISBN B0006XPV9Q

Warberg, Willetta (1980). Snap Peas - Pamphlet (1980) by Willetta Warberg and Burpee Seed Co.

Warberg, Willetta. (1987) "Thomas Moran: Painting the Western Wilderness," Idaho Arts Journal, Vol. 4 No. 5, Sep/Oct 1987, P. 10

Telephone
Warberg in her New York City apartment in the early 1970s, working on an article for Cosmopolitan Magazine.

 


Articles about Willetta Warberg (Willetta Bar-Illan)

"I Have Heard That Israelis Don't Know What Good Food Is!" (1960) Jerusalem Post, April 29, 1960.

"Musical Marathon Keeps Orchestra Going: Annual benefit helps fund Woodstock Chamber Orchestra season." Daily Freeman, Kingston, NY, Preview, June 1, 1994,  p. 3, with picture of Willetta Warberg, piano and Danielle Woerner, soprano.

"New Cuisine Comes to Israel." (1961) New York Herald Tribune, June 8, 1961.

"Pianist's Wife Food Virtuoso," St. Paul Pioneer Press, Dec. 4, 1963.

"Willetta Warberg gives annual recital," Times News, Twin Falls, Idaho, June 14, 1947, with picture.

Bar-David, Molly. (1960) "What is Israeli Cooking?" Jerusalem Post, May 20, 1960.

Crother, Marian S. (1954) "Young Twin Falls Pianist Makes Professional Debut In Hometown, Appearing with Utah Symphony." Idaho Pioneer Statewide, March 25, 1954, p. 1 [with photograph of Willetta Warberg accepting flowers after her performance.]

Hammond, Bruce (1980). "New breed of local corn ready for national debut," Twin Falls, Idaho, Times/News, Sep 15, 1980.

Lerner, Diana. (1960) "Seeking a National Dish," Jerusalem Post, March 18, 1960.

Link, Irene. (1977). "Food ‘specialty' for Willetta," Twin Falls, Idaho Times-News, April 8, 1977.

Owen, June. (1960) "Mission to Israel: Young American Woman Will Help New Nation in its Bid for Tourists." New York Times, February 26, 1960.

Rosenwald, Lonnie. (1979) "Glamour vegetables latest challenge for food marketer," [Boise Idaho] Statesman, October 14, 1979, p. 7B.

Silbey, Paula. (1993) "Preview," Daily Freeman, Kingston, NY. July 9, 1993.

Vogel, Howard. (1993) "Official Festival Guide for the Byrdcliffe Festival." Full-page article on Willetta Warberg and Robert Starer piano duo for the Candlelight and Champagne concert, July 24, 1993.


Piano Performances and Productions by Willetta Warberg (listed chronologically)

March 8, 1943 (Age 10). Music of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Grieg, Debussy, and Warberg's own arrangement of Brahms's Lullaby. Melrose Chapel, Linfield College, McMinnville, Oregon.

April 11, 1943 (Age 10). Students of Margaret Watts, Music of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Brahms, et al. First Baptist Church, Twin Falls, Idaho.

May 10, 1946 (Age 13) Recital, Music of Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Griffes, and Mendelssohn's Concerto Op. 25, with Teala Bellini at the second piano.

March 12, 1947 (Age 14). Sorosis Club of Gooding, Willetta Warberg, piano, Music of Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Liszt, et al. State School Recreation Hall, Gooding, Idaho.

June 20, 1947 (Age 15). Young Artists on the Ivories, Willetta Warberg, Saint-Saens Concerto in G Minor, with Teala Bellini at the second piano, 511 2nd Ave. West, Twin Falls, Idaho.

August 24, 1948 (Age 16). Music of Scarlatti, Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, et al. Loveland Concerts Association, Willetta Warberg, piano, with James Gentry, vocalist, Pulliam Auditorium, Loveland, Colorado.

December 21, 1948 (Age 16). Handel: Messiah. The Community Choir, Robert D. Wilson, Director. Helen Banzhof, organ; Willetta Warberg, piano. First Methodist Church, Twin Falls, Idaho.

June 4, 1949 (Age 17) Recital of Students of Teala Bellini, including Willetta Warberg, Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto in B Flat Minor, with Teala Bellini at the second piano, 511 2nd Ave. West, Twin Falls, Idaho.

March 18, 1954 (Age 22, while studying at Mannes College in New York City), soloist with the Utah Symphony, Maurice Abravanel, conductor, Cesar Franck, Symphonic Variations for Piano and Orchestra, Twin Falls, Idaho.

July 11, 1986 Bruce Whitehead and Willetta Warberg, piano duo, playing Clementi, Haydn, Kauhlau, and Mozart, Renaissance Academy for the Arts, Twin Falls, Idaho.

March 13-20, 1987. Dilettante Group of Magic Valley, Sugar, based on Some Like it Hot. College of Southern Idaho (CSI) Fine Arts Auditorium, Twin Falls, Idaho.

June 12-20, 1987. Northside Playhouse, Guys and Dolls. College of Southern Idaho (CSI) Fine Arts Auditorium, Twin Falls, Idaho.

March 11-19, 1988. The Dilettante Group of Magic Valley, Thirtieth Anniversary performance of Fiddler on the Roof, College of Southern Idaho (CSI) Fine Arts Auditorium, Twin Falls, Idaho.

June 10-18, 1988. Northside Playhouse My Fair Lady College of Southern Idaho (CSI) Fine Arts Auditorium, Twin Falls, Idaho.

June 8-16, 1990. Northside Playhouse Hello Dolly College of Southern Idaho (CSI) Fine Arts Auditorium, Twin Falls, Idaho.

November 7, 1992. Willetta Warberg and Robert Starer, piano duo, Music of Bach, Clementi, Schumann, Starer, et al., Warberg Studio, Saugerties, NY.

May 23, 1993. Benefit for Woodstock Chamber Orchestra, Les Trois Muses: Melissa Sweet, flute; Anne Pollack, flute, Willetta Warberg, piano. Music of Berlioz, Starer, Gaubert, et al. Estate of Helen Newcombe, Kingston, NY.

July 10, 1993. Byrdcliffe Festival Candlelight and Champagne concert, Willetta Warberg and Robert Starer, piano duo. Music of Bach, Mozart, Schumann, and Robert Starer's Sonata for Two Pianos. Byrdcliffe Theater, Woodstock, NY.

October 3, 1993. Hudson Valley Chamber Music Circle. Danielle Woerner and Friends, house concert at the home of Louise and Harry Reinhardt, Millbrook, NY. Music of Rorem, Henri Duparc, Ernest Chausson, and Debussy. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

October 15, 1993. Artist in Residency Program, Inaugural All-Star Concert, including Danielle Woerner, soprano, and Willetta Warberg, piano. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

June 3, 1994. Benefit for Woodstock Chamber Orchestra, Danielle Woerner, soprano, and Willetta Warberg, piano. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

September 3, 1994. Benefit for the Woodstock Arts Board to raise money to build the performance space, Robert Starer and Willetta Warberg, piano duo, along with Charles Libove and Nina Lugovoy, Peter Schickele, and Danielle Woerner, at the James Cox Gallery.

October 19, 1994. Lunch 'n' Listen, Thirty-First Season of Noontime Concerts. Danielle Woerner, soprano, and Willetta Warberg, piano, music of deFalla, Mozart, Poulenc, Dvorak, PDQ Bach, and others. First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Poughkeepsie, NY.

June 17, 1995. Overlook Lyric Theater, Mozart Chamber Operas Bastien and Bastienne and The Impressario, Maverick Concert Hall, Woodstock, NY.

June 18, 1995. Edward Elgar: Sea Pictures, Op. 37. Jan Evers Davies, soprano; Willetta Warberg, piano, Woodstock Chamber Orchestra, Luis Garcia Renart, Music Director; Robert Starer: Five Duets for Young Pianists, Robert Starer and Willetta Warberg, pianos. Manor Lake, Kingston, NY.

July 24, 1995, Maverick Concerts, Preview Party for the Eightieth Season, Willetta Warberg, piano, plus Ars Choralis, Gregory Dinger, and Woodstock Renaissance. Maverick Concert Hall, Woodstock, NY.

October 11, 1995 Musical Society of Kingston, Willetta Warberg, piano, Linda Rapp, flute, Poulenc Sonata for Flute and Piano; Willetta Warberg, piano and Helen Newcombe, clarinet, Malcolm Arnold, Sonatina. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

November 8, 1995. Musical Society of Kingston. Willetta Warberg and Antoinette Lind, piano duo, Schubert, Fantasia; Mendelssohn How Lovely are the Messengers, vocal ensemble with Willetta Warberg, piano. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

March 13, 1996. Musical Society of Kingston. Willetta Warberg, piano, Linda Rapp, flute. Robert Starer, Dialogues for Flute and Piano. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

May 5, 1996 New York State Music Teachers Association District 5, Honoring New York State composers, performance of Synergy by Robert Starer for one piano four hands. Orange County Community College, Middletown, NY.

June 1, 1996 Artist in Residency Program, Gala Spring Concert, Danielle Woerner, soprano and Willetta Warberg, piano, among others. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

July 21, 1996, Danielle Woerner, soprano; Willetta Warberg, piano; Audubon Quartet. Songs of Schubert and Peter Schickele, and Schubert's "Death and the Maiden" String Quartet, D. 810, Maverick Concert Hall, Woodstock, NY.

July 27, 1996, "Art, Song, and Nature," Benefit for the Oblong Land Conservancy. Danielle Woerner, soprano, and Willetta Warberg, piano. Top Gallant Farm, Pawling, NY.

August 24, 1996. Leonard Bernstein, Trouble in Tahiti and Samuel Barber/Gian Carlo Menotti, A Hand of Bridge. A third opera could not be performed because of illness in the cast, and Willetta Warberg and Barbara Hardgrave performed "Blue Mountain Songs" instead. Rhinebeck Center for the Performing Arts, thinebeck, NY.

September 7, 1996. Champagne Reception for the artists connected to the Overlook Lyric Theater. Singers Mark Cotton, Barbara Hardgrave, Pamela Kultsar, John Anthony Lopez, all stars of the 1996 summer Overlook Lyric Theater productions. Maverick Concert Hall, Woodstock, NY,

April 7, 1997. Artist in Residency Program, Warberg Quintet. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

May 4, 1997. Artist in Residence Program. Todd Quartet, vocals, Willetta Warberg, piano accompaniment and musical direction. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

June 1, 1997. Musical Society of Kingston, Willetta Warberg, piano; Linda Kleinhaus, violin; Paula Silbey, horn. Brahms, Trio in E Flat Major, Op. 41. Old Dutch Church, Kingston, NY.

August 23, 1997. Concert for Woodstock Town Historian Alf Evers. Willetta Warberg, piano, among others. Home of Alf Evers, Woodstock, NY.

September 13, 1997. Overlook Lyric Theater. Robert Starer, The Last Lover, and Benjamin Lees, Medea in Corinth. Maverick Concert Hall, Woodstock, NY.

October 12, 1997. Artist in Residency Program. Warberg Quintet, Shostakovich for a Sunday Afternoon. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

June 17, 1999. Maverick Concerts Preview Concert. Willetta Warberg and Robert Starer, piano duo, Starer's Prelude for the Right Hand, among others. Maverick Concert Hall, Woodstock, NY.

November 14, 1999. Benefit for Woodstock Chamber Orchestra, Tony Perez, clarinet; Ryan Hall, viola; Willetta Warberg, piano; Melissa Sweet, flute; Gregory Dinger, guitar. Music of Scarlatti, Bruch, Mozart, et al. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.

May 7, 2000. Musical Society of Kingston.. Linda Rapp, flute, Willetta Warberg, piano. Holy Cross Church, Kingston, NY.


Awards

When she was in the fifth grade (1941), Willetta Warberg received national recognition and a special letter from the Treasury Department for her original song, "Save, Serve and Conserve," which was published in New Songs for Schools at War.

In 1966, Willetta Warberg received the Outstanding Young Woman of America award from Outstanding Americans, a Montgomery, Alabama biographical publisher. Winners are selected by an advisory board of women who head national organizations, such as the American Association of University Women, and government officials.


Other Sites of Interest

Warberg, Willetta. Snap Pea Recipes

Warberg, Willetta. Plan a Holiday Salad Bar Party From Your Garden Garden Magazine, August-September, 1985.

Photo of Willetta Warberg at the piano at Maverick Concerts, Woodstock, New York. "Yamaha Selected as Official Piano by Maverick Concerts," January 21, 2005.  

Willetta Warberg as Food Publicist in article on Sun Roots (Jerusalem Artichokes), Los Angeles Times, February 21, 1985.

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Education and family
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Food Writer, Editor, and Photographic Stylist
Advertising, Promotion, and Public Relations
Sugar Snap Peas
Dannon Yogurt
Israeli Restaurant Study
Hospital Study

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Other Careers
Volunteer and Leisure-time Activities
Volunteer activities
Books by Willetta Warberg
Research Reports by Willetta Warberg (Willetta Bar-Illan)
Weekly columns by Willetta Warberg
Articles by Willetta Warberg (Willetta Bar-Illan)
Articles about Willetta Warberg (Willetta Bar-Illan)
Piano Performances and Productions by Willetta Warberg
Awards
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