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Mom's your Bookworm

A Santa Monica, California, accountant turned full-time mom of a young son, MetaMommy blogs about pretty much anything that strikes her fancy -- pancakes, cell phones, travel, potty training -- on her young blog, They Call Me Mommy. This week's Bookworm in the Pantry, MetaMommy keeps us all entertained, while keeping an eye on her active toddler. She has a particular passion for cooking, but also writes about technology, parenting, and the charming absurdities of everyday life.

UPDATE. MetaMommy recommended:

  • Eating Between the Lines: The Supermarket Shopper's Guide to the Truth Behind Food Labels
  • Hungry Planet: What the World Eats
  • Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly
  • Pomegranate Soup: A Novel
  • Toast

Would you like to be a Bookworm in the Pantry and add to our collective library of good reads?

Start here.

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Great list! The novel sounds very interesting: I'll try to get my hands on it. Hungry Planet is just such an awesome book.

Nice blog. I've added it to my RSS reader.

What a great find. Thanks for turning us in that direction!

Thanks for all of your hard work Lydia :-)

Nupur, I agree, Hungry Planet is such an important book.

Kevin, thanks! Your blog is on my reader, too.

Kristen, you're welcome!

MetaMommy, thanks to you, for being a Bookworm!

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