Top 100 Food Mom Blogs, 2011
Some of our favorite things here at Babble are family food blogs and the moms who write them. From their real-life tips for feeding picky eaters to their 30-minute recipes and overall inspiring approaches, these women give us the tools we need to put dinner (and dessert, lunch, breakfast, snacks:) on the table. Read More »
So for Babble's second annual Top Food Mom Blogs, we decided to go from 50 to 100 winners. Our food-loving panel made their picks, but we want your feedback, too, so nominate your favorite food mama here.
Check back to see your nominations on our 2012 list next year and, in the meantime, read, write, and link up. Bon App'tit! - The Babble Editors
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Another Lunch | Melissa Sharp
Who: Melissa Sharp, mother of four, Tennessee
Why we love her: Cute and colorful, Japanese-style “bento box” lunches have grown in popularity recently, but Melissa’s approach to bento making is one of the simplest, most kid-friendly, and realistic styles on the internet. As a mom with four children (one autistic), Melissa understands the pinch most mother’s feel on their time. So, her bento box creations aren’t filled with fussy ingredients and hard-to-find garnishes. Instead, she has a knack for creating really adorable lunches that American kids will really eat. Her website is clean, well-organized and includes everything a beginning bento maker needs to know including detailed supply lists, tutorials and recipe ideas.