About: A Taste of Grace

I was thinking, how should I approach this slightly awkward “About Me” page? Should I write a paragraph saying: “I’m a college student who loves food blah, blah, blah?” I’m getting sleepy already…

So here’s a little Q&A instead, with some weird facts about little, ole me.



Please contact: tastefullygrace@gmail.com for business inquiries.


1. You look awfully young…have you gotten your license yet? 

OK SHUSH, I’m actually 22 with even a few gray hairs! I consider myself an old soul. Ideal Saturday night? Listening to Sinatra and cracking open a good Sangiovese while a hearty bolognese is simmering on the stove. Heaven, dare I say?


2. Do you have any nicknames?

Granny Grace always cracks me up. If you read #1, I think this description is pretty accurate.


3. Do you have favorite foods?

Bread. Pasta. Chocolate. Cheese. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes I crave veggies and fruit and healthy stuff. But I can’t sit here and tell you, if I was on my death bed, I’d want a bowl of kale.


4.Where’d you learn to cook?

My mom was always the baking wizard in the house, and my dad was the chef. When I say my family lives and breathes cooking and finding the best food possible, I am being 100 percent accurate. We are food obsessed, and I definitely inherited the cooking-crazy gene! Following my parents’ lead, I started cooking family recipes at a young age and then began experimenting and perfecting my own creations.


5. What could you not live without?

Dinnertime, sharing the day and sharing the table.


Still curious who this “Tastefully Grace” is? Comment below with more quirky questions!


  1. July 15, 2017 / 7:30 pm

    Hello Tastefully Grace!

    I first saw you on better CT, and thought your food looked delightful. So I have to ask, how long have you been cooking? and what is your favorite occasion to cook for?

    Please get back to me!

    • TastefullyGrace
      July 19, 2017 / 7:25 pm

      Hi Jarrett,

      Thanks for your comment! I’ve been cooking since I was in middle school, so about 10 years now. After lots of practice and experimentation, I’m growing my own repertoire of dishes and touches to the family table:)
      I’d say my favorite occasion is Sunday dinners, which is when I usually have the most time to cook and try come up with new dishes for family and friends to try (and of course, critique!).
      Thanks again for your comment. Hope you’re liking the posts! Any ideas welcome.

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