Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link-Up for 3/9/12


Join our large (and growing) community of food-lovers on Facebook. We are regularly inspired by members of this positive community. Come be inspired too.


Don't miss it -- Our partner offers wild caught and sustainable seafood: 10% off for new customers (Coupon code: VCAFINT). Click here.

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

We have been scurrying behind the scenes on this website developing a tool for readers on antioxidant foods. Antioxidants help prevent cancer and they slow the effects of aging. You do not have to be too far out of your twenties before appreciating that powerful combination. Those of us here at Traditional Foods are well beyond that point and definitely interested in the benefits of antioxidant foods and so we developed this tool for ourselves and are sharing it on this site as well. The antioxidant area of the site in still in development, but we have information on upwards of 150 foods for you to explore if you are so inclined. For example, check out the antioxidants in blueberries or a page in development on the antioxidants in vegetables. We plan articles as well on related topics to help us all make the right food choices for ourselves.

That said, jumping out at me from last week’s flicks are three antioxidant-rich recipes: An beet, apple, and carrot salad, smoked chipotle peppers, and a kale salad. One entry for Jerusalem artichokes made me put that on my antioxidant research list — this is an obscure food with a lot of potential. You can learn all about it in that in-depth post from Lil’ Suburban Homestead.

~~

Now, share your post!

Inspire some sort of emotion in us with your flick:
Mmmmm!:” Good food!
Awwww!:” Cute kids, eating, cooking, or gardening!
Ewwww!:” Industrial food!
Oooooo!:” Great idea!
Or best yet: a big belly laugh.

If your flick is of professional quality, you might inspire a bit of envy too, but it is not required. :)

Follow Me on PinterestGive your picture a headline that inspires us to click through, read more, and even Pin It.

Rules

  • Post only photos and videos for which you have a copyright. Posting them gives us permission to feature them here, Facebook, or elsewhere where we will link back to your post if we feature you.

  • Feel free to post photos and videos from your archive, just link back.
  • From your flick pic, link right back to this post lest the Internet police show up at your door, flog you with wet noodles, and not feature you here.
  • Come back in a day or so and check out the other flicks!

Your Contribution

Share your great food-inspired photos:

Related posts:

You might also enjoy:

  1. Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up for 2/10/2012
  2. Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link-Up for 3/2/12
  3. Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up
  4. Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up For 1/20/12
  5. Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up For 2/3/12

Subscribe to our Traditional Foods feed via email and access to the digital books in our kitchen tool kit.

Read more here about what is in the tool kit to date at the Traditional Foods website.

Name
Email

25 Responses to Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link-Up for 3/9/12
  1. [...] Thursday | Simple Lives Thursday | Creative Juice | Fight Back Friday | Allergy Friendly Friday | Friday Food Flicks [...]

  2. Thanks for hosting Amanda! I actually remembered to stop by. Can’t believe I was first! I hope you are well :)

  3. [...] This post is part of the following: Sunday School Carnival, Make Your Own Monday, Homestead barn Hop, Fat Tuesday, Slightly Indulgent Tuesday, Real Food Wednesday, Wildcrafting Wednesday, Gluten Free Wednesday, Fight Back Friday, Fresh Bites, Freaky Friday, Friday Food Flicks [...]

  4. [...] Linking to: Fight Back Friday @ Food Renegade, Freaky Friday @ Real Food Freaks, Friday Food Flicks @ Traditional Foods [...]

  5. [...] Linking to: Sunday Night Soup Night!, Monday Mania @ Healthy Home Economist, Homestead Barnhop @ The Prairie Homestead, Make Your Own Mondays, Real Food 101 @ Ruth’s Real Food, Fat Tuesday @ Real Food Forager, Traditional Tuesdays @ Cooking Traditional Foods, Real Food Wednesdays @ Kelly the Kitchen Kop, Healthy 2day Wednesdays @ day2dayjoys, Whole Food Wednesday @ Beyond the Peel, Full Plate Thursdays @ Miz Helen’s, Simple Lives Thursday @ GNOWFGLINS, Fight Back Friday @ Food Renegade, Freaky Friday @ Real Food Freaks, Friday Food Flicks @ Traditional Foods [...]

  6. We’d like to share our cheesy carnitas tacos with avocado and pickled ginger carrots:
    http://foodsmithsgeneralstore.com/blog/a-taco-by-any-other-name/

    We’d also love to share our recipe for delicious dutch baby pancakes with sauteed apples and cultured cream, made with sprouted flour:
    http://foodsmithsgeneralstore.com/blog/all-hail-the-dutch-baby/

    Thanks!

  7. [...] post was contributed to Fight Back Friday, Friday Food Flicks, and Fresh Bites [...]

  8. Thank you for highlighting my Beetroot Salad Amanda and thank you for hosting this lovely party!

    This week I’ve shared a link to my Nut Roast recipe which we have been making for years!

    Have a lovely week!

  9. [...] of Fight Back Friday, Freaky Friday, Friday Food Flicks… Share this:EmailFacebookStumbleUponReddit March 9th, 2012 | Category: dinner, GAPS, [...]

  10. Yum! Everything looks so tasty! I shared my Home Cured Corned Beef recipe. Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!

  11. [...] Pennywise Platter Thursday,  Simple Lives Thursday, Full Plate Thursday, Food Friday, Friday Food Flicks, Freaky Friday, Fight Back Friday, and Foodie [...]

  12. [...] Platter Thursday, Simple Lives Thursday, Full Plate Thursday, Food Friday, Friday Food Flicks, Freaky Friday, Fight Back Friday, and Foodie [...]

  13. [...] sharing this with Food Friday, Friday Food Flicks, Freaky Friday, and Fight Back [...]

  14. Happy Friday Amanda! That Carrot, Apple and Beet Salad sounds delightful!

    I’m sharing 5 Whole Food Desserts Your Family Will Love, a video on How To Get Your Family To Eat Real Food, and some delish Homemade Chocolate Banana Lara Bars.

    Have a great day!

  15. [...] post has been shared on the following: Fight Back Friday, Fresh Bites, Freaky Friday, Friday Food Flicks, Category: Food recipes, In the Kitchen, Nourishing the Body the Traditional [...]

  16. Good morning Amanda! I shared a bowl of Tomato Vegetable Soup today. To make it as close to the canned stuff I liked as a kid, I added peas, little cubes of potatoes and carrots. Quinoa replaced the alphabet noodles. (When pointed out to my kids that the alphabet soup was full of C’s, they did not get it. They have never had the canned alphabet soup due to MSG.)

    Thank you for hosting this photo gallery!

    • Our lunch was colourful today. I could not wait to share it!repoit manner

  17. [...] This post is participating in These Chicks Cooked Recipe Swap #42 , Real FoodWednesday , Healthy 2Day Wednesdays , Whole Food Wednesdays and Friday Food Flicks. [...]

  18. Jen

    Thanks for featuring my Kale salad :) . This week I’m sharing a kid favorite homemade granola bars.

  19. I love the color of the foods. It all looks so appetizing! This blog rocks… i’ll have to come back here again (bookmarked).

    Thank-You,
    Grant Casey
    Webmaster of GE Smart Water

  20. Its great to start with a very healthy recipes such as Broccoli,beets and peppers.

  21. [...] Thursday @ GNOWFGLINS, Fight Back Friday @ Food Renegade, Freaky Friday @ Real Food Freaks, Friday Food Flicks @ Traditional Foods, Sunday School @ Butter [...]

  22. [...] 2day Wednesdays, Pennywise Platter, Simple Lives Thursday, Full Plate Thursday, Fight Back Friday, Friday Food Flicks, and Fresh Bites Friday. Share and Enjoy! Tweet [...]

  23. Cheers for the healthy living! I just started eating only veggies when I changed my religion. And it’s not that bad, I love it! Thanks for sharing! :)

  24. Diane

    All the recipe here looks really delicious and good selection of food..Thanks for sharing..

Leave a Reply

Wanting to leave an <em>phasis on your comment?

 
Trackback URL http://www.traditional-foods.com/friday-food-flicks/3-9-12/trackback/