Greetings and salutations! My name is Caitlin, and this is my first serious attempt at blogging. Up until I started this blog, I didn’t feel like I had anything to blog about, but after reading blogs and binge-watching several Netflix shows, I figured I’d try my hand at food blogging…Eating is the one thing in life I’m absolutely 100% certain I’m good at, so why not share my love with others? I love trying new recipes, as well as perfecting old favorites, and my husband and I love to hit both new and familiar restaurants.
By trade, I am a music teacher. I teach elementary and middle school band at a local private school, and I also teach private trombone lessons. Music has always been a huge part of my life, and I am so blessed to have a job that allows me to share my love with others, teach future generations, and continue pursuing performance opportunities. I play trombone professionally in my area, most notably with the Allentown Band, America’s oldest civilian band. I hold the distinction of being the first woman trombonist to solo with the band, which is pretty exciting. I also love playing in pit orchestras for local musical productions.
My husband and I are just past the “newlywed” stage, and absolutely loving our life together.
Hubster (as I refer to him here) works in computers and introduced me to an entirely new world of nerd-culture. Basically, my life became The Big Bang Theory…We are both involved in the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), which is a medieval recreation organization (it’s not LARPing, it’s way more hardcore). We with our cat, Lincoln, who thinks he’s actually a dog….
When I started this blog, Hubster and I lived in a tiny twin house with an even tinier kitchen. We made do, and I was still able to cook up some delicious things, but now we live in a spacious ranch home with a kitchen that I can really spread out in! My hope through this blog is to share some of my culinary endeavors both in and out of the kitchen. I mean, I already incessantly take pictures of my food…why not share them, right?