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Hi, all.

My name is Sarah.

After an unexpectedly extended break, I am so happy to be back in this space. Up until August 2012, I was an interior designer, working on rather daunting, boring projects, such as Marriott hotels. After much reflection, I realized that what I was doing was a) exhausting, and b) making me ill and unhappy, so I quit. Now you can find me both cooking and hosting at Delancey , hopefully writing more here, buried in books, and wandering around Seattle, the city I’ve lived in since February 2011 and, quite simply, adore.

I enjoy profusely: butter, cheese, caramel, pasta, photos, avocados, brussels sprouts and other cabbage-y things, wine, campari, road trips, thunderstorms, wind storms (yay pacific northwest!) ridiculous dancing, chairs, the symphony, great screen-printing artists, walking.

I do not so much enjoy: black licorice (unless it is salty and Dutch), fussiness, musicals. I’m kind of “eh” about chocolate unless it’s making friends with other flavors (salt, cheese, etc). I’m almost relieved that my mom is not around to know this, because she would be supremely disappointed. That woman LOVED her chocolate.

I’d love to hear from you! Reach me at seatwo [AT] gmail [DOT] com

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 17, 2010 4:04 pm

    Hi Sarah,

    I am a student doing a feature on Whoopie cakes as an alternative to a traditional wedding cake and I saw on a different website that you were planning on having a whoopie cake yourself?

    Could you drop me an email/comment to let me know what exactly you were planning on having (I’m having trouble finding anyone who actually wants one).

    I look forward to hearing from you,

    Rebecca

  2. May 14, 2011 11:08 am

    Hi Sarah!

    I found your website through Orangette and I just thought I’d drop you a line. I’m from Port Townsend which is two hours away from Seattle and I definitely suggest you check it out. We have a creamery and a brewery and it’s a great summer tourist town so you might enjoy going up there for a day once it starts getting warmer. I just read your New Years post and funnily enough I also used to play clarinet in high school (drum major) and my dad is a Scuba diving instructor in PT. If I lived closer I would say we should hang out :) Anyway I hope you get a chance to see Port Townsend and are having fun in your new city!

    -Jaya

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