answers to your infrequently asked questions

answers | movita beaucoup

What is 2.0’s real name?

That is his real name, doofus.

Do you have kids?

No. 2.0 and I have gone to great measures to child-proof our home (read: make it perilous to children). We hope this means people won’t bring their kids to our house. So far, so good.

I found a typo on your blog.

Okay, that’s not a question. But I’ll fix thatt tipo if yu tell me wear it is. I’m no genius, people. And I appreciate you pointing it out.

I thought this was a food blog. What gives?

There are 4 bazillion food blogs on the interwebs. I’ve decided to do things a little differently. This blog is a reflection of both my short attention span and my varied interests. There will still be some recipes on this blog, and my recipe archives are still intact, so feel free to peruse!

Can you suggest an ingredient substitution/make this recipe gluten free/convert measurements to another unit?


Can I share one of your posts/recipes/photos?

Yes! I am entirely grateful for shares of my posts. Unless otherwise stated, the text and photos on this blog are original copyrighted material, which means clear credit and a link back to the original post on are required. I love it when you link to my posts on your website, or share the link with your friends via social media. But please, pretty please, don’t simply copy and paste my writing/photography onto your site/social media channels – that ain’t cool. Also, reblogging? Cut it out.

I tried one of your recipes and it blew/didn’t work.

Totally possible. Just because I like something doesn’t mean you will. Also, there are a lot of variables. Like, I might have been drunk when I typed the recipe. I’m not claiming to be an expert, but I did go to baking school. If you’ve adapted my recipe – even in the slightest of ways – we’ll have different results. I’m sure you’ll get over it.

This website runs on butter and sugar

Design: Fine Lime Designs