About

Welcome to Must Come Hungry!

I’m Julia and I love cooking, baking and feeding others. I swear I am a 1950s housewife trapped in the body of a twenty-two year old non-starving college student. Extra emphasis on the non-starving part because not eating is simply not an option in my family.

I’ve grown up with the values that food is key. Food is the glue that holds us together. And if you’re new to the family, well, you must come hungry. I’m convinced the fastest way to get on anyways good side is to eat their food and love love love it.

The notion behind Must Come Hungry is something very dear to me; I want to share the love and food that my family has surrounded me with for the past twenty-two years.

I have a passion for design, photography and, of course, food. I’m currently in my fifth year and finally last year of college. By the beginning of May, I will be a graduate with a BFA in Graphic Design. I know what you’re thinking; a graphic designer with a food blog? To me, there are a lot of similarities between design and food. Everything is visual; it needs to literally look so good you want to eat it whether it’s a ham sandwich, a movie poster or your frozen dinners’ packaging design.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Graphic Design? Food blog? To me it’s a natural. And when you add the 50’s retro/populuxe theme? I think you might be onto something. lol. Looking forward to the convergence! Take care.

  2. Just wanted to wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day and to let you know I have awarded you the Liebster Award. Check out my post today for more details. Love your blog, keep up the good work.

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