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Apr 9 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Trailer Park Karma

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Trailer Park Karma is a food blog that lies "somewhere between a van down by the river and the mansions of River Oaks." That is where the author's karma got stuck. And they are 'ok with that.' As best as I can tell, the trailer park has three occupants. (Or better yet, the blog has three contributors.) It also appears to be a food blog. But I get the sense not many topics would be off the table here.

For now, though, let's stick to the food. For example, let's all take a look at these cheese pancakes with blueberries in them. This item looks delicious, but it's also sweet how the author refers to the kid she's cooking for as "giggles." Then there's this post on how to make the perfect New Years Eve Grilled Sammich. Couple things here. One, I didn't know there was such a thing as a New Years Eve Grilled Sammich, yet I want one. And two, anyone who uses the term "sammich" is alright by me. 

Like I said, however, Trailer Park Karma is by no means just a food blog. It's about life and families and karma. It just so happens to center around meals. And like the meals, there's nothing too fancy. Yet, it's still pretty great.

 

Reader's Comments

Trailerpark Bodhisattva

So tickled by your review! I think it's the first time I've heard someone describe it so well -- thanks!

http://trailerparkkarma.com

Posted at 14:58 ET on Apr 13, 2012 by Trailerpark Bodhisattva

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