Cheat Sheet

My name is Katy and I am a 25 year old newlywed with a passion for food. Cooking, grocery shopping, eating, I love it all. I have always been one who rushes to get to the end of the road and often miss out on the journey itself. I am vowing to slow down, be patient, and savor life one day at a time!


Salty Snack lover

Favorite appliance: Hands down my Keurig machine!!!


Death row meal: A rare steak with mashed potatoes and green beans

Sports Lover


Favorite quote: “Half the victories of life come from the confidence in the belief that you’re going to win” – My grandfather :-)

What would you do with $1,000,000: Nolan and I have discussed it and we would pay off our student loans, and open our own restaurant. It’s our absolute dream!

Key Words/phrases:

  • Cooking Beer– The beer you drink while cooking.
  • Cushing Memorial Park-The local park where I go running
  • Bonus Chicken- The extra chicken you cook at the beginning of the week for last minute meals.
  • Musical Forks– When you share food and  pass bites of a meal back and forth.

My Jobs:

1. Teacher

2. Tasterie, LLC

3. Nanny


Nolan: My husband. He is really tall, loves buffalo chicken, guitar, and cooking. We met in college and have been together since March 2006.

My family:

Mom and dad and brothers Chris and Brian

Nolan’s huge family

Kara and Craig our best friends

The Three Little Pigs

From left to right: Quarter Pig, Vacation Pig, and Money Pig.

Each of these pigs has a special purpose. Quarter Pig holds quarters for laundry, and Money Pig is for loose change. Vacation Pig is for paper money of any kind.


VolleyballI play at a local gym in the fall and spring.

 Asthma- I have had it for as long as I can remember.

Hypothyroidism- Diagnosed in 2012

Hypothyroidism: (Underactive thyroid) is a condition in which your thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough of certain important hormones. Your thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of the front of your neck, just below your Adam’s apple. Your thyroid gland affects the rate at which your body uses fats and carbohydrates, helps control your body temperature, influences your heart rate, and helps regulate the production of protein.


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