Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up


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

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!

Our Contribution: Pomegranates

You can still find pomegranates in the marketplace but the season is waning….
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9 Responses to Friday Food Flicks — A Food-Inspired Photo Link Up
  1. Adrienne

    Hi Amanda! I don’t know if you announced this, but I found you :-) . Hope you are well!

  2. Good morning!

    My post is very traditional, was a lot of fun to make with my three-year-old son, but is certainly not a “healthy” food. For people using the “old world” calendar, January 6th is the day to celebrate Christmas Eve. Kolachi, braided circular bread, would be the centerpiece at a traditional Ukrainian dinner. This bread is very rich and sweet, as it contains lots of eggs and sugar.

    • Amanda Rose

      That’s beautiful! Thanks for sharing it.

  3. Thanks so much for inviting me over! Love your post on pomegranates! Just bought 25 pounds last month and made a bunch of juice. The health benefits are amazing!

  4. Jen

    Just posted the Curried Goat Liver! Thanks for letting us know about your link up! We’ll be back!

  5. Hi Amanda – thanks so much for inviting me to post! I shared my crustless cheesecake…

    Have a great weekend!

  6. Hi! Amanda! Thank you for your lovely comment and for pointing me this way! You definitely can’t go wrong with roasted veggies! Have a lovely day!

  7. Someday we’ll get better at the visual aspect of this! For now, I posted a picture of apples we’re storing in our truck. With a small house and a lot of food bought farm-direct in bulk, we have to get creative with our food storage!
    Thanks for hosting!

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