Hi, I’m Anne. I’m
13 16 and I like to make things. Food, baskets, websites, desserts (I know that’s food but really…) -in short, anything.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have been infinitely curious of basically everything -so naturally, my first “culinary” exploration was burning sugar in the microwave. Since then, I have been “accidentally” exploding eggs and setting mint on fire (an accident, really!), not to mention forgetting a number of ingredients in food, the most notable of which is salt (so I sprinkled it on, hence Sprinkle with Salt).
This blog, in short, is an unabashed account of all my failures and successes in dessert form, from wholesome and hearty to delectable and decadent to simple and quick. And of course, everything in between.
I try to post every week, usually on Sunday or Monday. If school gets really let’s see how much hair I can pull out crazy (May, I’m looking at you), I might disappear for a few weeks. But I always come back 😉
Thanks for visiting, enjoy and please leave a comment!
Now for some boring stuff that I can get really worked up about
I would be super happy if you decided to share a link or picture from this blog BUT I will loose all of my marbles if somebody tries to steal my content.
ALL the random stuff on this website (photographs included) belongs to me. All recipes and content are created + written by yours truly and are completely original unless stated specifically otherwise. I put a friggin lot of effort and practically all of my weekends into this blog. High school + homework + extracurriculars takes up quite a bit of my time and almost every other spare moment is spent here.
I would REALLY appreciate it if you would link back if taking/adapting any content (pictures and recipes included) from this blog. Also, please DO NOT feel free to copy and paste recipes -even if you link back. If you think that my wording for the recipe is just oh so good and you don’t wanna put it in your own words, just link back to the post and skip posting the recipe. Reword and link, sure, but copying and pasting is just plagiarizing at its finest.
Linking back is to be expected, like the citations when you write a paper (you really need to go back to high school if you don’t have the gumption to do that). A small little link on the bottom of the post/page that says ‘recipe’ does not count.
Thanks for helping me keep my sanity intact.