Good going but now you need to do more. In order to have your posts optimized for people who use search engines you have to assign a minimal number of relevant tags and categories to them. Si look at your post and consider if you were searching for it on Goggle or for posts like it which key words or key word phrases would you type in a search for?
Categories define broad subjects - "Baking" or "Cakes"
Tags are more specific - "Cheesecakes".
Please do not rely on any posts ever being found in "Uncategorized" as it's a default category.
Edit the posts
edit post screen > http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/edit-posts-screen/
(1) Assign a minimal number of categories and tags to each post
(2) Remove any duplicated punctuation.
Exclamation marks are singular and if you use more than one then you are going to narrow the demographic groups who make return visits to your blog down to text speaking kids. In the case of a food photoblog we all eat and we all like looking at pictures of food, right? So if you really want to appeal to everyone don't overuse punctuation.
(3) Add more text and get rid of acronyms - spell things out.
"I paired PB Captain Crunch cereal with a PB Cheese Cake. One word came to mind when I thought up this one… Freakin’ Awesome!!! Ok, two words."
Everyone reading your blog will not know that PB = peanut butter.
Some visitors may not have heard of Cap'n Crunch cereal in the country they live in. So you could link Cap'n Crunch cereal to this page which has a 4/10 pagerank.
Formatting a link
<a title="Cap'n Crunch cereal" href="http://www.capncrunch.com/default.aspx" target="_blank">Cap'n Crunch cereal </a>
I paired Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch cereal with a Peanut Butter Cheese Cake. One word came to mind when I thought up this one … Freakin’ Awesome! Okay, two words.
Now add a blockquote which is also from a site with a 4/10 pagerank.
Cheesecake is believed to have originated in ancient Greece. Historians believe that cheesecake was served to the athletes during the first Olympic Games held in 776 B.C. However, cheese making can be traced back as far as 2,000 B.C., anthropologists have found cheese molds dating back to that period. -- The History of Cheesecake and Cream Cheese
Provided you want to hear it, I do have more advice but I have to cook and eat now.