About/Contact Me

About the Blog:
Founded in 2009, Cookaholic Wife is a blog dedicated to fulfilling my desire to "cook, bake, enjoy." It features a variety of recipes, from decadent to health-conscious and covers all skill levels. In addition to recipes, you'll find cat photos, random thoughts, and life stories such as how my mother manages to burn water.

Let's Work Together:
I would love to work with you! I offer product reviews, recipe creations, giveaways and sponsored posts. Please contact me to discuss or to receive my Media Kit.

Contact Me:
The easiest way to contact me is via email, cookaholicwife@gmail.com. You can also send me a message me on  Facebook or direct message me on Twitter or Instagram.

Disclosure:
All content, opinions and views shared on Cookaholic Wife are my own. In the event that content is not my own (ex. sponsored post), it will be disclosed at the beginning of the post. If I am compensated to provide a review or recipe, it will be disclosed at the bottom of the post. Compensation does not affect my reviews in any way.


About the Author:
My name is Nichole and I'm the author of Cookaholic Wife. I'm in my early thirties, married and owned by two cats, Gidget and Itty von Kat. Gidget is an elderly domestic short-hair with a fondness for plush blankets and fresh mint. Itty is a rambunctious teen-aged Himalayan that squeaks for attention and is terrified of anyone we invite over.

My husband Tom and I reside in Maryland. I like to say that I am a beach bum-in-training as we spend many weekends in the summer at the Delaware beaches since we both have family in that area. I find the ocean soothing in a way that nothing else can compare.

I am a creature of habit, a compulsive list-maker, (I recently learned about Bullet Journals...look out!) a Sharpie pen addict, an early riser, and I consume more popcorn than any one being should. My first successful recipe I named Nichole's Famous Crab Dip as I was constantly asked to bring it to parties and events. When I'm not in the kitchen or blogging, I watch a variety of shows from Once Upon a Time to MTV's Awkward to House of Cards and in the small amount of free time left, I am currently writing a fanfiction novel.

I get a great sense of satisfaction when in the kitchen, whether it be cooking or baking, although baking is what I do to relax. Nothing makes me happier than feeding people. It's not enough to cook dinner for Tom and I throughout the week. I bring baked goods into work nearly every Monday morning. I host Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter for my family. And if those weren't enough, we frequently have friends over so I can try out new recipes for them as well.

You'd never know it from looking at my Recipe Index, but I was an extremely picky child. Coupling that with my mother's dislike of cooking and mealtimes were often a real challenge.

It wasn't until my early twenties that my palette began to expand and then went haywire trying to make up for lost time. With every trip to the grocery store, I linger in the international aisle, checking out ingredients I am not familiar with.  Recipes are insights into history and culture and I am fascinated by the stories that food can share.

I'd love to hear from you, so please feel free to leave a comment or shoot me an email. Thanks for stopping by!

~Nichole
Cookaholic Wife 






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