Hi, I’m Fiona, the cook-photographer-creator-blogger behind Sincerely Fiona. I’m an interior designer working in Sydney. I live with my wonderful FIFA lover-taste tester
boyfriend fiance husband, Mr. IK.
Life was simple, I was never a cook at home before the age of 24, I have the best mother on earth that prepares my meals for me. Don’t get me wrong, I did attempe to cook sometimes (but only when mum is not around or on holidays!). I bake occasionally, but only the simple ones. I fail a lot but managed to keep trying.
Life become exciting when I decide to move out with IK and that’s when I try to attempt cooking, but failed… Believe it or not, my official training in cooking was not a savory dish, but a dessert. I was introduced to my Patisserie Master back in 2010. My life changed~ well, completely… I made my very first baked Alaska! That moment got me more serious into cooking. I decided to pick up the skills again and begin my cooking journey.
My husband has become my official tester and the examiner of my inventions, I trust his taste-buds and always try to find ways to improve. I slowly begin to love food, especially homemade food. It’s a good way to communicate and celebrate with the loved ones.
I started this blog hoping to use it as a source to collect recipes that I liked and tried. I came up with the name Sincerely Fiona as a name that expresses my feelings toward the food I cook. Every attempt is wholehearted, whether it is a success or failure. It’s the process that counts, and the process that makes me grow. I hope that these recipes is a good source to make you grow too!
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