Seasonly is a place for aspiring home cooks who are looking for guidance beyond the typical recipe and for those who could use some seasonal culinary inspiration.
- Excited about home cooking or baking but need more than just a recipe for
instruction, you’re in the right place!
- A home cook looking for kitchen inspiration and help along your food creation journey, you’ll feel right at home here!
- In need of easy to follow recipes with how-to photos along the way, welcome!
Essentially, you can expect recipe posts with how-to photos of stages in the cooking or baking process, along with some informative (and silly… and maybe snarky…) background stories along the way.
If Seasonly sounds like a place made with you in mind, I encourage you to sign up for our newsletter here, where you’ll get recipe posts delivered straight to your inbox. You can also follow Seasonly on Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram and see what we’re up to day-to-day.
So who’s behind Seasonly?
I’m Nicole Cline, a twenty-something Connecticut based food blogger, recipe developer, obsessive baker and the kitchen enthusiast behind Seasonly! I frequently refer to myself as an “entrepreneur turned intrapreneur” (continue reading and you’ll see why!). Currently, I work for an association in Connecticut but before that I:
- Owned two businesses and was managing director in a fundraising and event planning start-up.
- Cooked in professional kitchens!
My passion for food creations started at my technical high school, where I graduated with a diploma focused on the culinary arts trade. Armed with professional kitchen basics, I developed a diverse professional culinary background working everywhere from popular local diners to high-volume production kitchens to fine dining establishments, all of which helped me obtain my bachelor’s degree.
I started Seasonly as an outlet to write, learn, share, develop technical skills and contribute to this growing community of food enthusiasts. My goal is to bring all of these kitchen experiences to you, the home cook, in a non-intimidating, easily understood way.
Also, I should mention my three children: this blog, and Louie and Ben (my cats!)
Thanks for visiting, and please, stay awhile!
P.S. – Be sure to check out my Casual Bites of Life series for fun beyond the Seasonly food blog!