baked

the ultimate food high

ABOUT

Baked is Syracuse University’s student-run food magazine. Founded in 2011, Baked aims to widen food options for SU students by introducing kitchen amateurs to cooking, highlighting local businesses and eateries, and connecting readers to the greater Syracuse food community. It publishes one issue each semester.

GET IN TOUCH:

email | bakedmagazine@gmail.com

web email | digitalbaked@gmail.com

facebook | baked magazine

twitter | @bakedmagazine

instagram | @bakedmagazine

MEET THE TEAM:

chazz-headshot.pngEDITOR-IN-CHIEF | CHAZZ INNISS

Chazz is a junior studying magazine journalism. His friends call him Blacky Crocker in reference to his baking skills. If stuck on a desert island, he would only need an endless supply of cheesecake and Top Chef reruns. Follow him on Instagram @chazz_inniss.

 

lockhart_biopicMANAGING EDITOR | RACHEL LOCKHART

Rachel is a senior studying magazine journalism and psychology. She struggles daily with her love of eating versus her disdain for cooking, and maintains that coffee and alcohol are legitimate food groups.

fullsizerenderDIGITAL DIRECTOR | MARLÉNA AHEARN

Marléna is a senior studying magazine journalism, marketing, and women’s and gender studies. She’s vegan for the animals and spends most days making delicious vegan comfort food (crab cakes, anyone?) that fools even the most indignant omnivores.

image1DIGITAL EDITOR | CHLOE CITRON

Chloe is a Public Relations major in the Newhouse School. She loves to eat, take pictures of and write about food. Chloe can be found watching Netflix or color coding her planner in her free time.

kate-headshotEXECUTIVE FOOD EDITOR | KATE BERNHARDT

Kate is a senior studying television, radio, film. When she’s not burning pizzas, she enjoys eating excessive amounts of hummus and quoting Michael Scott. Follow her on Instagram @weekendat_bernies.

img_4767FOOD EDITOR | LEE MUSHO

Born and raised in New York City, Lee Musho is a sophomore magazine student with a wicked appetite. She loves to travel and experience other cultures, but the one thing she can’t wrap her head around is veganism.

 

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