About the Author

Welcome, welcome, welcome.  My name is Amber and I am the crazy woman that spends hours in the kitchen baking, cooking, photographing, and dish washing just to make this site a fun place to visit.

AmberI was born and raised in the Hoosier State (Indiana) and still reside there with my husband Tony, and our dog Cole.

There are several other things that I enjoy doing in my spare time beside baking and cooking.  I have been an avid scrapbooker for about 10 years now and have recently gotten into making greeting cards.  I also love to take pictures.  I seem to be lost without some form of camera with me, whether it be my cell phone or my trusty Cannon. 
I have no formal culinary training.  I have taught myself the way around the kitchen by many trials and errors.  Trust me, I have definitely had some errors.  For example, my sister Cassi is infamous for placing items in random containers and putting them into the cabinet or refrigerator.  One day many years ago I was making spaghetti sauce for dinner.  I was looking through my parents cabinet for onion powder, I could not find it anywhere but did happen to find a red plastic cup that had a substance that was strikingly similar to it.  I proceeded to add that to my spaghetti sauce to later find out that it was really lemonade powder.  That was disastrous enough for me, lesson learned!

By the way, I also think that you should know that I dislike hate onions.  I wish I did not have this relationship with them but unfortunately I do.  Feel free to add them into any dish as you see fit on this site.

About the Blog

I first jumped onto the blog-wagon back in March of 2007 when I launched my first food blog, Amber’s Delectable Delights.  After realizing how much I enjoyed blogging I set out on a mission to someday launch my own .com.  After my years of pondering I finally had a vision of what I wanted my site to be.  Thus, Sugared Whisk was born.

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