Hello readers – I hope you are having a nice month of November so far.
For the “Friday Food” November challenge, which features the theme of meat this month, I am sharing a photo of some chicken wings that we enjoyed on a recent trip to Buffalo, NY.
And just a reminder, if you would like to join in on the Friday Food challenge, it is monthly challenge and you can share every Friday or once a month.
If you want to join in, just link to this post or link to the main page (here), or just leave a comment here and then I will add your link in the monthly round-up.
And speaking of the monthly round-up, here are the entries from October 2016. Thanks to those who joined in. I knew it would be fun to explore some food posts, but I ended up learning too. I learned a few interesting facts about some veggies, learned a new word (beneficent) and I also learned a little more about the bloggers who have shared.
October Friday Food Round Up:
Lady lee Manilla gave us a farmer’s market shot with some fresh veggies on display: https://ladyleemanila.wordpress.com/2016/10/14/friday-food-new-challenge-veggies/
The enormous bags to the front and the long tomato shelf had a culture rich feel. Veggie displays are so similar across countries, yet some of the small differences reveal a bit about local packaging styles and supplies.
Deb at travel with intent gave us (Spicy here) and the muted yellow in this photo, with the strong horizontals, really highlighted how everyday items can be captured with an artsy feel. Deb has such variety in her travel posts and the spices from Brighton reminded me of The Profit’s latest business, which is the American Tea and Spice Shop (here)
Pure butterfly linked up with a beautiful and vibrant down view http://purebutterfly.com/2016/09/23/the-vegan-tag/
I love the brightly colored FRESHness here:
Lady Lee manilla gave us a fun mini lesson on squash, which was perfect for October: https://ladyleemanila.wordpress.com/2016/10/22/squash-or-pumpkin/
here is a snippet: “Well, to keep it simple, pumpkin is one type of squash and squash generally refers to four species of genus cucurbita, including the species to which pumpkin belongs.”
Priorhouse squash (yes, I bake them with the seeds like this….):
Dahlia shared Jackfruit with a wonderful description of an item that is both a fruit and veggie: https://mysilverstreaks.com/2016/10/18/fridayfood-veggies/
Here is a snippet:
“If one is not careful while eating this, it can slip down the throat and cause choking – been there done that! I prefer the other variety which is crisp and chewy and is also less sweet. By the way, the jack fruit is the national fruit of Bangladesh.”
Tish shared a very personal post that warmed my heart because she went out of her way to create the post for the very first Friday Food challenge: http://tishfarrell.com/2016/10/14/be-eautiful-borlotti/
here is a snippet:
“So here you have them, my favourite beans, caught at the allotment in a sunset glow. Not that they need external aids to enhance their beanificent beauty. Not for nothing do the Italians call them: Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco – Fire Tongue.
I love everything about them. I love growing them. I love the way their pods change colour through the summer – from green to deep claret. Then, as picking time draws near, the leaves turn yellow, and start to fall, revealing hanging rows of glowing pods.”
Ark at a tale untold shared these fun and enormous heads of cabbage: https://attaleuntold.wordpress.com/2016/10/14/ark-on-the-street-shopping/
It was so nice to peek around this blog…
Priorhouse baby ginger:
Okay, if I have missed anybody, I apologize in advance and I will add your post to an upcoming round-up.
Fridays are fun for so many reasons, and sharing a #Fridayfood photo can be a nice way to ease into the weekend.
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