Frog Eye Salad for Food ‘n Flix

Apropos to the Halloween holiday, the Food ‘n Flix feature film for October is the 1991 The Addams Family. Join me for a creepy and retro recipe that was inspired by the film, Frog Eye Salad. . . . → Read More: Frog Eye Salad for Food ‘n Flix

O Brother: Food ‘n Flix Round Up

Everett, Delmar and Pete are hankering for some good grub. Food ‘n Flix delivered this month. Check out what the members cooked up, inspired by O Brother, Where Art Though. . . . → Read More: O Brother: Food ‘n Flix Round Up

O Brother, Where Art Thou: A menu

Check out this film-inspired menu of T-Bones in the Ashes, “Gratinated” Potatoes and Coleslaw. This month’s feature Food ‘n Flix film is O Brother, Where Art Thou which I am hosting. . . . → Read More: O Brother, Where Art Thou: A menu

O Brother, Where Art Thou? Announcement Post for Food ‘n Flix

The Food ‘n Flix feature film for September is O Brother, Where Art Though?. I’m hosting. ūüôā Watch this classic Coen brothers film, enjoy the music, and whip up something inspired. . . . → Read More: O Brother, Where Art Thou? Announcement Post for Food ‘n Flix

Mocha Portion Bread for Food ‘n Flix—the Star Wars edition

From the Food ‘n Flix Website

For the August edition of Food ‘n Flix, it’s anything¬†Star Wars.¬† Kelly at¬†Simply Inspired Meals ¬†is hosting.¬† Read her announcement post here.

Most of the recent¬†films in the¬†Star Wars¬†world premiered during the holidays.¬† ¬†This time frame was perfect for us as we generally got to take the nephews . . . → Read More: Mocha Portion Bread for Food ‘n Flix—the Star Wars edition

Earl Grey Infused Gin for Food ‘n Flix and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

It’s Food ‘n Flix time again so it seems it’s appropriate for another spirit laden recipe. (A lot of my Food ‘n Flix posts end up with a spirited recipe.) For July, the feature film was The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. If you haven’t seen this film, you should. You should also keep reading…. . . . → Read More: Earl Grey Infused Gin for Food ‘n Flix and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

A Luna Cocktail and Mocktail for This Beautiful Fantastic

Here is a quirky fairy tale of a film that will delight, uplift, and amuse. I created a cocktail and a mocktail to celebrate June’s Food ‘n Flix feature film and the return of a favorite host (and founder), Heather. . . . → Read More: A Luna Cocktail and Mocktail for This Beautiful Fantastic

Chopped Greek Salad with Toasted Pine Nuts and Pitas for May’s Food ‘n Flix

Confessions.¬† I thought I would get ahead of the game during the holidays (yes, I’m talking last December).¬† I watch Mamma Mia!¬†and recorded all of the food only to realize the May’s Food ‘n Flix was the sequel.¬† Oops!

Well, here we go again.¬† ¬†(And, at least I knew the back story!)¬† ūüôā

Wendy from . . . → Read More: Chopped Greek Salad with Toasted Pine Nuts and Pitas for May’s Food ‘n Flix

Part Three for FnF: Tri-Berry Pie

Spinning Platesis the April Food ‘n Flix film. Today is the end of my three part series celebrating the film and brings dessert. . . . → Read More: Part Three for FnF: Tri-Berry Pie

Food ‘n Flix: Part Two—Chef Grant’s Best Burgers

This isn’t molecular gastronomy but you must try this Charcuterie Burger with Sauce Gribiche and Apple as soon as you are able. Here’s my entree for the three-part Food ‘n Flix feature this month. . . . → Read More: Food ‘n Flix: Part Two—Chef Grant’s Best Burgers