A million little pieces.

No recipe for today! My baking projects might slow down in November, mainly for the following reasons:

1. Graduate school.
2. Graduate school.
3. Graduate school.
4. My oven is currently on the fritz. And by that I mean, every time I use it, the screeching and wailing fire alarm goes off. Less than ideal, wouldn’t you agree?

For today’s post I thought I’d answer the top 5 questions I get regarding this blog and my love of baking. If you have any other questions, feel free to comment.

What do you do with all the stuff you make?
I give it to friends, take it to work, eat some of it myself, or cut the recipe in half so I don’t make quite as much.

How do you not weigh 300 pounds?
Surprisingly, I don’t really have a sweet tooth. I have a salt tooth instead. :) That and I run a lot, about 15-20 miles a week — I’m currently training for a half marathon. So it all balances out.

Do you ever write your own recipes?
No. I don’t have the time to experiment or perfect new ideas. And seriously… have you seen all of the amazing cookbooks, food blogs, and magazines out there?! Why invent your own when there is deliciousness everywhere you look?

Do you post each and every recipe you bake?
Yes and no. If it’s a comedic disaster, I will post it — cause I like to keep it real. But if the recipe just turned out to be bland or not recommendation-worthy, I don’t bother writing about it. I think blogging about something that I didn’t like defeats the purpose of this blog.

Would you ever consider opening your own bakery?
No. No. No. And no. I want my hobby to remain my hobby — once it becomes work, the magic is gone.

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