Friday Food Flicks — A Photo-Inspired Link-Up for 6-15-2012


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Follow Me on Pinterest Happy Friday to everyone and welcome to another Friday Food Flicks, from right in the furnace of the entire universe. I actually traveled to town today and lost about ten pounds melting. Of course, I gained at least eleven back immediately with ice cream.

Despite the heat, my mom and I continue our daily green soup regimen. She just posted another recipe variant. I love that she posted the two-gallon size. I know everyone is going to run out, spend $100 on greens, and make two gallons in their hot summer kitchens. (Mornings are a good time both to eat it and make it if you would like to join in our madness.)

Looking at last week’s recipes, I MUST post France’s roasted marrow recipe (meat lovers only). We love marrow bones around here. The marrow is actually loaded with iron and it is decadent if you eat meat. If you don’t, you’ve probably run out scared but in the spirit of equal time, you must also check out Marilyn’s breakfast cereal made with chick peas. It’s made like chick pea snack-like recipes where you cook, dry, and then season the bean, but it’s sweetened and you eat it like cereal. (!) There is a great deal of photo evidence on the post that at least two cute girls like it.

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10 Responses to Friday Food Flicks — A Photo-Inspired Link-Up for 6-15-2012
  1. This week I am sharing my latest REAL FOOD 101 recipe(s). Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits 4 different ways anyone? I have drop biscuits and round biscuits, plus dairy-free versions of both.

    Just in time for Strawberry Shortcake, which I am posting later today!

    I’m also sharing my post on 10 Ways to Reduce Stress Naturally. All the things listed are my personally tried and true efforts that really work!

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  6. Amanda,

    Thank you so much for featuring my Roasted Marrow! I’m glad that we share a love for it :)

    I’m sharing 5 Effective Ways To Stay on The Whole Food Path, a video on How To Make Aioli in a Flash, and The Most Overlooked Thing To Remember to Stay Healthy.

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    Have a great day!

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  9. Hi and thanks for hosting! This week I’m sharing my recipe for Happy Healthy Birthday Cake. Birthdays are the perfect time to indulge in the sweeter things while still honoring our bodies with beautiful, nutrient dense food. There’s no food hangover with this recipe!

    Not sure what went wrong with adding my lovely cake photo… :( ….but, you can check it out on the post :) .

    Have a great weekend!

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