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Member Since:August, 2013
Hosted Meals: 7
Attended Meals: 0
Age: 27 years
Languages: English
Occupation: Pastry Cook
Meal Sharing with friends!
Quadruple Chocolate Death!
My dad's secret recipe
Deserts are my specialty :)


Rogers Park, Chicago

About Me
I am a pastry cook living in Rogers Park, integrating into the real world after school.
Why I Share Meals
I am hoping to make more good memories and some great contacts through Meal Sharing.
Places I’ve Traveled
I haven't traveled much, but I hope to in the future. I am more of a homebody.
What I Read, Watch, and Listen To
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek TNG, Pitch Perfect, Harry Potter, etc.
A Memory of a Home-Cooked Meal
I grew up with home-cooked meals, and they have a way of bringing people together.
Who I’d Like to Have a Meal With
I would want to enjoy a meal with someone who unabashedly loves food. Even if that is a complete stranger, I would rather that they be more interested in enjoying the meal rather than critiquing every little thing.
I’m Interested In
  • movies
  • tv shows
  • baking
  • cooking
I'd Like to Explore
  • Thai
  • Mexican
  • Indian
  • German

7 Reviews 

I went to Meg's "breakfast for dinner" MealShare with my roommate and some friends. She has a sweet apartment with awesome views of Chicago! It was a very laid-back atmosphere as Meg expertly whipped up the meal. Meg is really mature for her age, and has accomplished a lot for someone so young! She has such an eclectic taste in music, and I got to learn about music I hadn't heard before! I hope to Meal Share again!

Meg's Zuppa Toscana/Italian soup is so delicious and was topped off with wonderful homemade caramel ice cream . I had a lovely evening of conversation and culinary delights with Meg and look forward to many more.

Meg was super casual and easygoing, I had a great time enjoying the sweet view from her apartment and chatting about different kinds of cheeses. The mac and cheese was, of course, delicious, truly reminded me of my mom's home-cooked mac and cheese. With macaroons AND cupcakes for dessert, mealsharing with Meg made for a great night.

Meg's real calm and make some delicious meatball sandwiches, all made from scratch. She seems capable of making humongous meatballs that her dad make, yet she thought of our untrained little mouths and made us more sizeable ones on a savory garlic flatbread. All of it was so good, especially the flatbread that was so good that I could've eaten it by itself. Well, maybe with some of the sauce. Also, the quadruple chocolate death really is heaven, though nevertheless a death as new friend Vincent expressed. I quote, "Yeah, I wanted a second [piece] but the half of the first killed me." He's still alive.

My girlfriends and I went over to Meg's for a mealshare and it was amazing. She prepared an assortment of appetizers that were so delicious, there was no need for a main corse. For desert she baked a verity of home made cookies that were so delicious it had me wondering how she got them so soft and crispy. I later found out she was studying to be a pastry chef and it all made sense. I would for sure share a meal with Meg again!

Meg is an excellent host! My friend and I came over to her place for a mealshare and it was such a blast. She is an incredible cook and she made the best crepes I have ever had in my life. Currently she is studying to be a pastry chef so lets just say dessert was out of control delicious. Meg is an extremely kind and fun person to be around. I look forward to share more meals with her in the near future!

I don't even know where to start! The food was the best I've had in a really long time. So good that I had seconds shamelessly. But the best part of the meal were Meg and her friend Crystal. They were really sweet and welcoming. I loved hearing anecdotes about culinary school. And I even got to talk in Spanish with Crystal's mom and sister who joined us a bit later. It was great.

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