A peek into the terrifying mind of the consumption-obsessed

I’m on the left. The only one who can’t stop stuffing her face to pose, obv. This ish didn’t start yesterday.

I’m an East Coast expat who’s traded her beloved breaded chicken parms and properly bubbly bagels for the Brave New World of avocado abundance, Asian market mystery fruit and of course, fabulously affordable wines that make California a flavor-loving utopia.

I’ve recently renewed my commitment to healthier eating and fitness choices, which I document in my regular SF Examiner column. Lucky for you, that means my guiltiest of pleasures stay right here.

Recently married, I’m now busy learning how to cook for two.  Hope you’re hungry – there’s always room for one more!

Well isn’t that just peachy?

Pressing Queries? By all means. moredoughthandollars <at> gmail.com


2 Responses to “A peek into the terrifying mind of the consumption-obsessed”

  1. Lynne Rozsa July 14, 2010 at 12:39 pm #

    OMG – Katie Clark!! This is THE most amazing, well-written, and entertaining blog I have come across..maybe EVER! Thank you for using your talents in a public venue; those of us who have always loved you and your writing are thrilled beyond words. Love from Cape Cod Lynne

    • More Dough than Dollars July 14, 2010 at 12:44 pm #

      Well you just made my week! Thank you, Lynne! That means more than I can say coming from the person whose book picks I trust more than anyone else’s in the world – one who truly knows and loves words more than anyone I know. Was thrilled to hear I’ll be seeing you in North Carolina next month – much love!

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