Uncorked and a virtual BBQ Feast

I’m excited today because I’m hosting for the first time for Movies & Munchies (the sequel to Food ‘n Flix). We’re Facebook based now so check us out.

I chose Uncorked (a Netflix original movie) for the June edition. You can read the announcement post here.

The 2020 film follows Elijah, a young . . . → Read More: Uncorked and a virtual BBQ Feast

Syrniki for Breakfast

I’m cutting it close with both Cook the Books and Movies & Munchies posts for May. And, today’s post has something to do with both groups. You see, CTB’s last book was Red Sparrow. Most all of the members didn’t focus on any of the Russian food as the Ukrainian invasion has just occurred. Now . . . → Read More: Syrniki for Breakfast

Tears of the Moon Cocktail for Jungle Cruise and Movies & Munchies

Here’s a magical cocktail to highlight this month’s Movies & Munchies feature film, Jungle Cruise. . . . → Read More: Tears of the Moon Cocktail for Jungle Cruise and Movies & Munchies

Cheesy Green Chile Bean and Beef Burritos for Off the Menu

Welcome to this month’s Movies & Munchies feature: Off the Menu. The film is set in New Mexico so I was pumped. I’m including some of my New Mexican recipes too today. . . . → Read More: Cheesy Green Chile Bean and Beef Burritos for Off the Menu

Pesto Chicken Hash for this month’s Movies & Munchies: The French Dispatch

Welcome to February’s Movies & Munchies feature film, The French Dispatch. Palatable Pastime is hosting.

I have always enjoyed Wes Anderson’s films. Back in the Food ‘n Flix days, we were inspired by Moonrise Kingdom. I remember The Royal Tenebaums and Rushmore fondly. Then came this round of Movies & Munchies . You . . . → Read More: Pesto Chicken Hash for this month’s Movies & Munchies: The French Dispatch

Cajun Popcorn Spice, Old-School Popcorn, and a Movie

Welcome to the inaugural post for Movies & Munchies!!

Movies & Munchies is a new group of film and foodie aficionados. A lot of us are immigrating over from the old Food ‘n Flix group but we’re welcoming a lot of new members, too. (For more information, check out our Facebook page.)

Amy’s Cooking Adventures . . . → Read More: Cajun Popcorn Spice, Old-School Popcorn, and a Movie