Taylor Swift Ina Garten Daytime Drinking

taylor-swift-daytime-drinking (33)Taylor Swift daytime drinking with chef Ina Garten. Taylor joined Barefoot Contessa to bake a mustard-roasted fish in the oven and spread whipped cream on a Pavlova.

Taylor said: ‘I’ll cook for these boys, and they’ll be like, ‘I’m on a diet,’ I’m like, ‘I can’t hang out with you.” Ina also made Taylor her first Whiskey Sour. Taylor called: ‘Hey, Andrea. Come over here. We’re day-drinking!’


  • http://instagram.com/foreverjordan thesestrangelittlethings

    Oh my goodness, this is perfect.

  • Jared


    She calls her mother by her first name? Seriously? I love Taylor Swift, and I’m constantly complaining how I hate how much she’s changed (because there’s a big difference in naturally growing up and trying to appear mature to shed a teenage image) but now I really miss her if this is true. Not just the girl who wore blue jeans and sundresses with cowboy boots and had wild-child hair and a devil-may-care sexy smirk and who sang country music in the Fearless era (the best era!). The girl who would always address “Andrea” as “mom.” Now she seems as if she’s one of those WASP-like housewives who bakes and wears couture (which she still looks beautiful in!) and sings pop music like every other skinny blonde singer. I miss her hanging out with Abigail instead of Karlie Kloss. I miss her seeming like your best friend or the girl next door who you have a crush on. I just miss the old Taylor Swift. WHO DIDN’T CALL HER MOTHER ANDREA.

    (Although, I’m not sure if she is actually talking to her mother. She could be talking to anyone, but the chances of it being her mom are high. And nevertheless, her mother IS her manager, right? Or works for her? She may have called her by her name out of professionalism, which I understand, and if that’s the case, I apologize for the overreaction. But it still doesn’t take away from the case of how fame changed her. And she deserves her fame because she’s a lovely person with a beautiful talent and her personality hasn’t change and she’s still the adorable awkward blonde I developed a crush on when I was 15… but man, I miss her old persona.)



    • http://instagram.com/foreverjordan thesestrangelittlethings

      I miss her old self too. I’ll always adore her music, but during her Fearless days, she presented herself as an honest and down to earth girl I could relate to. It’s different now, but maybe for me, it’s because I’ve changed too.

  • thecat61

    Daytime drinking is the best!

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