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OPMF: Other People’s Mom Food

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[OPMF = Other People’s Mom Food. Most of the best Mom Food posts out there aren’t by me. My dream is to collect them all, from every corner of everywhere, and share them with you. Want to add your own to this site? See our Contribute Page.]

In the meantime, here’s another great collection of Mom Food posts and articles by other people. I really recommend you check them out.

I should probably just make you read Bibberche every day; there’s Mom Food galore there, like this great post about one of my personal Mom Foods: soup.

Ditto OMG! Yummy. You can find Mom Food there every week, I’d wager, but this time, it’s about love, Friend Food, and a cookie legacy.

Squidmom writes a gorgeous essay about her Grandma Food and how the heart needs to find that place.

Robyn of AddaPinch.com makes surprise Mama Food, apple dumplings.

Restaurant review: “And when things go topsy-turvy, we don’t want itsy-bitsy plates of food. We want mom food.”

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Author: Serene

I run The Mom Food Project, which was born out of love for my mom and a desire to preserve the recipes of my childhood, which didn't actually exist in written form until I quizzed my mom and wrote the recipes down.

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