Friday Food Flicks: A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up for 5-25-2012


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Follow Me on Pinterest Welcome to another Friday and another photo-inspired link up. Somehow it got to be Memorial Day weekend and, apparently, the summer is about to begin. Our summer garden is planted and thriving, thanks largely to various greenhouse structures that have allowed us to extend the summer season. It’s a good thing too because night time temperatures here are still dipping into the 30s.

If you follow the recipes on this website, you may have noticed that we are all about garden produce these days, with a special focus on greens and beets of late since we are eating mountains of them. I’m featuring this week other produce fanatics, including Halle at Whole Lifestyle Nutrition who shared a gardening tip that is so basic that it may never actually occur to you — harvest your crops along the way. There is no need to wait for a plant to reach full maturity — pick leaves and fruit off as you go along. This tip obviously works better for some produce but, in general, if something is ripe and you are cooking, go get it.

We’ve been picking wild greens and elder flowers, so I also had to appreciate the jellies from Moss Grown Stone. Pictured are violet, dandelion, and apple blossom jelly. Awesome!

As a little hat tip to Heba at MidEats and to my mother, who both appear to be bananas over both zaatar and pomegranate molasses, do check out Heba’s recipe for roast chicken that uses these ingredients.

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12 Responses to Friday Food Flicks: A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up for 5-25-2012
  1. Jen

    Hi Amanda, I posted a garden recipe to get rid of aphids and other leaf eating bugs naturally using products in your kitchen (works great on slugs too!). I also posted a list of foods I eat in a week as people have been wondering how we eat. Leslie and I take turns sharing and this was my week. :)

    • Amanda Rose

      Wonderful! I love natural pest control ideas!

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  7. Happy Friday Amanda!

    I’m sharing Sprouted Flour Crepes with Rhubarb Strawberry Compote, The Magic Sauce: Maple Balsamic Reduction, and a yummy and comforting Orange Kissed Date Pecan Bread.

    http://www.beyondthepeel.net/2012/05/date-nut-bread.html

    Have a great day!

    • Amanda Rose

      Those crepes may just be perfect for the weekend. Thanks France!

  8. Hi and thanks for hosting!

    This week I’m sharing my recipe for Saag Paneer (Indian Creamed Spinach), an exotic treat and a soothing, simple comfort food.

    Have a great weekend!

    • Amanda Rose

      Thank you, Emily! It sounds great.

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