There’s some great Mom Food love (and Uncle Food, and Bubbe Food…) in the blogosphere. Check it out!
[OPMF = Other People’s Mom Food]
This week, I’ve been trying to catch up on some blog reading, after neglecting it in the wake of BlogHer Food and an especially busy time at work. To my delight, many of the posts I read had to do with Mom Food in one form or another, so I thought I’d share some of them with you. Go check out my compatriots and their culinary heritage. If it’s not made of stone, your heart will melt, and you’ll get some great cooking tips and recipes out of it, too!
Beth of OMG! Yummy has been taking a little trip down memory lane and telling us about her Bubbe. It’s lovely, and the parallels she draws between food and familial love and heritage are exactly what I talk about here. So far, I’ve seen two installments: How Did Bubbe Bake it? – Part 1 and How Did Bubbe Bake It – The Prequel. I am greatly looking forward to more.
Diana of Dianasaur Dishes was one of my favorite panelists at BlogHer Food, and earlier this month, she told us a little about teaching families to cook together, and encouraging them to eat together, as well. Diana is doing important work in the world!
Sam of The Second Lunch manages to combine French Fridays with an Uncle-Food story.
Maki of Just Bento shows us a Bento box made from her mother’s pantry staples. I’ve always loved looking at bento blogs, and now I’ve just gone full-time at work, so I have bought myself a box; be prepared to see my kawaii lunches very soon.
Anna of Anna’s table shares Cod and Potato Oreganata, a Mom-Food fish dish from her Catholic no-meat-fridays upbringing. You may recall that we profiled Anna’s Kitchen back in September.
And then Tiffany of Elastamom’s Excerpts took her kids on a cool orchard field trip! That’s a memory they’ll treasure, I’m sure.
Hope you’ll take a look at some of these great blogs. I am in awe of all the talent and love, and respect for food tradition, that I find in the blogosphere.
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