Knead Bake Cook

Knead Bake Cook

I’m Kara and to be frank, I enjoy reading all kinds of About and F.A.Q. pages but somehow writing my own is pretty difficult. So let’s get to the nitty gritty.

I am a recent undergraduate with a degree in graphic design. When I was completing my degree, I seemed to always gravitate towards food-based projects. Such as these here, here, here, and here too! When I wasn’t designing, I was taking photos of food or procrastinating in the kitchen. And now, I have a graphic design internship job(!) with this lovely local grocery store so I think it’s safe to say that my mind is almost 100% consumed with thoughts of food. Oddly enough, I dream about food only some of the time.

My love for food stems from my grandma aka Popo’s excellent cooking and baking and her willingness to let my sister Kristen and I make a mess in her kitchen whenever we’d visit her. I’m happy to say this still happens today. I believe that food can have a powerful impact. It’s good for the soul and is a way to bring people together. The foods I make are homemade, from scratch, and from my heart. I post about foods that I want to make and eat. They are family favorites, celebratory foods, and inspired from my travels near and far. In other words, if I’m going to have dessert, it damn better be the best possible. I’m not about to waste stomach space on something sub-par.

After filling up the space on my computer with too many food photos starting with these doughnuts, I finally decided to create knead. bake. cook. as a space for me to talk about the influence of food on my life and virtually share with you the things that make me eager to stay in the kitchen and feed people. Plus a little bit of design, photography, and adventures mixed in here too.

Hearing from you brightens my day! Email any questions, concerns or just a friendly hello at karablakechin {at} gmail {dot} com.

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Knead Bake Cook

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I am a recent undergraduate with a degree in graphic design. When I was completing my degree, I seemed to always gravitate towards food-based projects. When I wasn’t designing, I was taking photos of food or procrastinating in the kitchen.

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