Though she says she's always loved food, it is the experience of sharing that food that lingers with her, and the "love of the experience" that she hopes to impart on her readers. Though she's not a mother yet, Molly has her family food recipe written.
- On her plans for her "someday" kids:
We will eat together. There's no denying the fact that kids' palates go through odd changes over the years, and I expect my kids will have a phase where they just eat something like Cheese Whiz — I know I did — but it's most important to me that we make an effort to create food together and sit and eat together as a family.
Finagling family meals into the daily schedule is a common mama quest (and there are a million reasons why you should make it a reality), but the effort to craft memories from those meals requires careful creativity and some foresight. How do you make memories when your family breaks bread?