mullets and foodies (vlog).


I’m not sure how it’s happened two weeks’ in a row, but I’ve got two five-star reviews for you, two weeks in a row.  It’s an October miracle!  This food memoir trumps French Women Don’t Get Fat, the first foodie-book vlogged about, by about one million miles.   The book?  A Homemade Life by Molly Wizenberg – and if it doesn’t make you want to embrace your kitchen like never before, well, then Amazon will surely give you your money back.



What about you?  Have you read Wizenberg’s book, and are you on the look out for her second book, coming out this spring?  More importantly, how have you embraced your own homemade life?

This post contains a link to Amazon, so if you click on the aforementioned link and buy the book, you inadvertently support my reading habits, and therefore this blog.  Thank you!

2 thoughts on “mullets and foodies (vlog).

  1. Oh the greatness…the book AND your compelling and brilliant reviews. I’ve been debating a vlog (in your honor) about my reads for my Memoirs class, but it warning now: if/when it happens, it won’t compare.

    Also, are you allowed to share the salad recipe?

    And finally…do you watch New Girl? Because I wanted to put a cupcake in your lap. If you don’t know that reference…youtube the clip with Jess & Julia.

    1. You are too cute. I’m afraid I LOVE Vlogging, probably a little too much. 🙂 I’ll just give her credit and share the salad recipe (although it might be on her blog – I haven’t checked). As per New GIrl, I haven’t ever seen it, but I shall watch the cupcake clip now. 🙂

      Cara Meredith

      be, mama. be.

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