Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.

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  1. Cathy Boullie says:

    Good Luck!

  2. noyourproduct says:

    I’m hungry!

  3. Bunny Ellerin says:

    Hi Tricia – you’ve done a wonderful job getting your blog up and running. So impressed and can’t wait to see all of your creations – as well as hear your music picks.

  4. Laurie Sabatelle says:

    LOVE your blog! Can’t wait for the next entry!

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Hi Tricia! Welcome to the food blogosphere! James Anderson clued me in to your site. Look forward to more posts!

  6. Thanks again to everyone for the kind comments. You’ve put a song in my heart. :)
    I’m cooking up a bunch of follow-ups to the first post.

  7. Karen Loring says:

    Inspirational!!! Well done. Let me know when you need a sous-chef. -Karen

    PS Great photos

  8. david says:

    first thing that happens when you become a julia child, im buying a cat :)

  9. Nancy Polidor says:

    How fun!! Congratulations on this amazing accomplishment! We look forward to singing, dancing and baking your wonderful treat ideas.

  10. I love your header :)

  11. easybaked says:

    I love your header too! Made me smile:) Love your photography too!

  12. crozinator says:

    mmm! I’m dreaming of a yummy chocolate cupcake with dark or white frosting. It’s near halloween so these will likely be on your list this month. Your husband can bring one into work please and thanks…

    What a fun site this is. Very creative you are. I’ll be checking back often.

  13. Ileana says:

    Aha, I know where to find you! Gonna try those outrageous oreo brownie sundaes tomorrow. I have the day off and will enjoy cooking up something decadent. As always, so fun to visit your blog!

  14. Sheila says:

    Everything looks yummylicious!!

  15. Avital Raz says:

    Thamks allot for posting this. Looks delicious. Can I come over to yours and sing for my supper? ;)

  16. David Seigne says:

    Great anti-joke things! Ill use the “Broken pencils are sketchy” one

  17. elamb says:

    Hi! I’ve nominated your blog for the Kreativ Blogger Award. Please feel no obligation to respond, you receive this award even if you choose not to send it on to other. Just know that your blog is read and enjoyed. If you are interested, you can read about your nomination in my post. Happy cooking! http://fooddaydreaming.wordpress.com/2013/07/20/blog-awards-kreativ-blogger-award/

  18. elamb says:

    I love your blog and I am passing along the Blog of the Year 2013 Award to you. As usual, participation is optional. If interested, please visit this link: http://fooddaydreaming.wordpress.com/2013/11/18/awards/

  19. Hey! I love your blog!! I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the ‘Blog of the Year’ Award. Here’s the link if you are interesting in accepting it and passing it on: http://myyearofcupcakes.com/2013/12/14/blog-of-the-year-award/

  20. I am a huge fan of your blog. So, I nominated you for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award. If you’re interested, check it out:

  21. Hey there!

    I love your beautiful and creative blog, so I nominated you for The Imagine Award. Here’s the link, if you’re interested: http://myyearofcupcakes.com/2014/02/02/theimagineaward/

    – Leslie

  22. Bret says:

    Hey I Sing in the Kitchen! Bret from Bogan Via here. Wanted to thank you for sharing our music way back when and share our new single with you! Happy new year!


  23. chet says:

    Thank you Tricia! Will try the Halloumi
    Chet Delcampo

  24. Adrienne says:

    Hi Tricia
    Just discovered your blog and look forward to exploring it.
    Greetings from Sydney. Hope you enjoyed your trip – you made it just in time. I trust your son’s family is looking after him in these strange times. As long as we follow the advice we will be safe.
    Today the city is sparkling just like in your photo, but with a lot less traffic and no cruise ships in the harbour!
    Best wishes

    • Hi Adrienne,

      This is seriously one of the best messages I have received! It is a reminder, too, of how much life has changed since my magical trip to Sydney. You live in such a lovely place.

      My son made it home safely at the end of March. As you can imagine, he was incredibly disappointed to have his semester abroad cut short. He had 3 months, though, in which he was able to immerse himself in Sydney and to travel to Melbourne twice (he got to see an Australian Open match!) and New Zealand.

      Again, thank you stopping by! Stay safe and be well. xxTricia

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