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  • Fluent in English; learning Polish, Spanish
  • 31, Female
  • Member since 2007
  • Student/Pastry Chef
  • I am a junior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • From Lincoln, Nebraska, United States -- born and raised!
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About Me


to feed anyone i can


I love my life! I am a student and a pastry chef in Lincoln, Nebraska. I have travelled extensively throughout my life, and am having a hard time staying in one place right now. I study Culinology (culinary science) and am hoping to attend the French Culinary Institute in New York City February - August 2008 (it will fulfill a requirement for my major and I have always dreamed of going to culinary school). If I could, I would spend my time baking for people and talking. I love to learn from my friends, because I believe they all have something very different to teach. I can be friends with anyone.


Most problems can be solved around the dinner table.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I have only heard about my friends' CouchSurfing experiences! I am excited to be a part of this great project!


Baking, eating, talking, learning, space travel, culinary technology, chemistry

  • baking
  • technology
  • traveling
  • chemistry
  • science

Music, Movies, and Books

Une Femme Est Une Femme, The Namesake (book and movie), Dave Eggers, Czeslaw Milosz

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I'll never forget attending an Easter vigil in Wroclaw, Poland in 2006. I was studying abroad at the time, and hadn't attended church often. I did go to the vigil, though. The cathedral was cold and dark, and every person had a candle. A procession with priests, bishops, and a cardinal went through the church with incense and chanted. The procession went outside and there was a bonfire in the middle of the cathedral square. The cobblestone looked amazing. The cardinal continued to chant around the fire and parishoners listened as they held their candles and kept their heads down. It was amazing.

Teach, Learn, Share

Let's bake something together!

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