Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up For 1/20/12

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Welcome to Friday Food Flicks where, together, we will curate cool food-related photos and videos. Please share your flicks here.

We have had a difficult week here with three funerals to choose from and that makes me seek out comfort food. For lunch we had a soup with broth and garden greens with leftover rice and meat. I had three bowls it was so good. :) With this in mind, I look at all of the comfort food posted last week and just have to give a shout out to three: Curried Lentil Soup from Beyond The Peel, Fortified Oatmeal from Simply Homemaking, and Grain-Free Breakfast Porridge from How to Peel An Onion.


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11 Responses to Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up For 1/20/12
  1. Well I can’t say my pictures are great, but the food sure is! I’m a first time visitor to Friday Food Flicks. Thanks for hosting!

  2. I can’t say I’m a real cook. I don’t like improvising at all, so I’ll just wait for your delicious recipes and I will follow the instructions “by the book” :) It’s safer this way. Don’t get me wrong, I love cooking, especially with a glass of red wine near me :D

  3. Thanks for featuring our Curried Lentil Soup! I’m sharing a Curried Fig Butter Biscuit Rolls recipe that I recently made. I’ve been having a lot of fun cooking with homemade fig butter!

    Have a fantastic Friday!

  4. Added my lactofermented Indian Spiced Cauliflower. Thanks for hosting!

  5. Happy Friday! Enjoy Operation Broccoli, our three-year-old’s adventure with trying something new. Cooking is ownership, and own it he did!

  6. Jen

    Hi! We’re back. We posted three recipes this week. Coffee pot roast, Grain Free Coconut Flour Pancakes, and Roasted Red Pepper with Coconut Rice (which was a mistake that turned out really yummy!)

  7. (Sorry to read you had funerals this week. It is never easy. Hopefully you can relax some this weekend.)

  8. Jen

    I also posted a short article that I wrote sending readers to a guest post that I wrote about me learning to appreciate my husband’s Filipino food called, “Even a Stubborn American Can Learn New Tricks” :)

  9. Thank you for hosting! This week I’ve linked to my Cardamom post and Apple & Cardamom Muffin recipe. I’ve also linked to my Apple Sauce recipe.

  10. hello! i am new to blogging, thanks for hosting. i just posted my first GAPS recipe

  11. Today we finally harvested our Jerusalem Artichoke Crop what an exciting day for us but me in particular I have always wanted to taste these and try them and the Jerusalem Artichoke is another way we can be self-sufficient.

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