Hi, I’m Taylor!  This is my blog (obviously) and here is a little bit about me:

I graduated from Gettysburg College in 2012 and am currently pursuing a PhD in chemistry at the University of Maryland.

I started my first blog during my semester abroad in Argentina senior year of College (if you’d like to explore my ramblings and see lots of pictures of food, graffiti, and random pictures of South America, go here) and I really liked it, so after graduation I decided to pick it up again.

I absolutely love to cook and bake, and always have.  Some of my earliest memories involve food: making pancakes at my grandparents, rolling out sugar cookies with my grandma at Christmas, and always helping around the kitchen.  I’ve also had an unhealthy obsession with Food Network since middle school (just ask my family, apparently watching endless hours of cooking shows could be an effective form of torture for most people). In the past year or so I’ve gotten really interested in food blogs and decided I should give it a try!

You may also find random ramblings about books, crafts, tv shows/movies, cute animals, and other various topics that happen to intrigue me.

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8 responses »

  1. Thanks for checking out my blog and my recent Cake Batter Blondie Bars! I hope you get a chance to stop by again sometime and try a recipe or two for yourself! I look forward to following your future posts as well.


  2. Hi. I love the idea of the M&M pretzel treats. I’d like to make them for my daughter’s grad party (in advance). Can I make them in advance? How far in advance? How sould I store them? fridge? freezer? Thank you!

    • Hi Barb, I normally just store them in a ziplock bag or other air tight container to keep the pretzels fresh, they should be good for a week or so (if you can keep from eating them all). I hope they turn out well for the grad party!

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