I am a singing, cooking, traveling, dreaming, American mama in London. I have a six-year-old daughter, a three-year-old son, and a hard-working lawyer husband. We live and love in Southeast London where we have been since landing in the UK six years ago.

Hungermama is all about meal planning and meal sharing. I have been an avid weekly meal planner for years (read more here), and now I am making my weekly meal plans public so you can join in the fun! Or just sit back and watch me do all the work. 😉


Kate Davies (@whiskrit),
contributor and editor

I am a professionally trained pastry chef and baker who is currently working as a full-time mom in Seattle, WA. For the last 10 years I’ve worked as a bread baker, pastry chef, sous chef, saute cook, barista, and many jobs that manage to combine all or most of the above. Now I’m exploring my culinary passions as a home cook who occasionally goes way overboard on the birthday desserts. Ours is a blended family with four children: My step-daughter Drew is 10, my daughter Perrin is 9, my step son Luc is 8, and baby Iona is 9 months old. Julian, my husband and sous chef, is a pediatrician specializing in adoption and foster care.

Gemma O’Brien (@mothersstyle)

I am a born and bred Londoner, working in media and mummy to a little cheeky madam called Darcy. I have a passion for food, making and baking one day at a time.

With my Irish heritage and the foundations I learned from my mum, I love a wholesome meal and have begun to introduce healthy twists to my classic dishes. I enjoy creating healthy comfort food, while not losing any of the taste and sensations that you crave from a nourishing dinner.

Vicki Walsh (@imvcki)

I am a self-taught baker, keen traveler, and day-dreamer living and working in Dublin, Ireland. In reality I work as a full-time barista, but in my head I think about baking and travelling more than I ever think about making coffee. I’m fortunate enough to have a wonderful partner who does most of the savoury cooking in our house, which means that I get to focus on the sweet stuff. The truth of this statement means that we never run out of butter, we have eight different types of sugars in our cupboard, a birthday never goes by without an elaborate cake plan, and there is always something delicious around to offer any surprise guests.

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