on May 17, 2013
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How did you spend Food Revolution Day? Share your stories and recipes here.
This post was written by MARY who has written 112 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Revolutions can be fun. Guess I didn’t know that…….
This was a fun challenge!
Loved this week’s theme, so much that I did things a little differently this week:
I had fun and I shared it with my mommy community online. :)
Lamb and dried apricots:
I hosted a parent-child cooking class for 19 boys and their families last night and we made THESE for dessert:
Today, Food Revolution Day, I am hosting another parent-child cooking class. Cook it. Share it. Pass it on.
I went back to our 3rd week of FFwD and remade the Vietanamese soup! Can’t wait to see all your creations!
That’s one of my all-time favorites!
Food, family & community. Three places where giving your best makes a difference.
The best savory bread ever. Gave it to a friend
Our choices – roasted peppers and “dual” tzatziki’s ! Very fun and delighted to participate !
“So come on, come on do the revolution with me!”
Busy work schedules and lack of time are not excuses for not cooking. I made the Basque potato tortilla.
I hosted a Ladies Luncheon…a fun day! http://www.bakeawaywithme.com/2013/05/chocolate-financiersffwd-and-food.html
I made the creamy mushrooms and eggs – an assignment from earlier this month and shared it with my daughter. it was in a way, rewarding.
To me a roasted chicken says comfort and is inviting to everyone. I made M. Jacque’s Armagnac Chicken. http://www.simplelivingeating.com/2013/05/m-jacques-armagnac-chicken-french.html
I took the opportunity to make up a missed recipe, Provencal Olive Fougasse ~ delightful!
Happy FRD! We’re going out to sing food revolution carols later today.
Sorry, folks. This was a mess from start to finish.
I had fun teaching my husband a few new tricks.
Vive la Revolution! And hooray for sharing. I made the meant-to-be shared Salted Butter Breakups. I shared the cookie with my friend Mary and she shared it with everyone from her 83-year old neighbor to her son’s kindergarten friends … and her cat. As always, I love seeing what all of you have done – xoDorie
Happy Food Revolution Day!!! I finally made the spicy Vietnamese soup and it was delicious ;-)
I experimented w/Dorie’s Madeleines, which is a great recipe! Teaching at the Cancer Support Community today – gotta run!
Cakes and Buns and All Things Fun!
I made the Deconstructed BLT with Eggs–an easy recipe that I enjoy.
I’m so excited to read everyone’s posts this week! We certainly need to do something like this again soon! :)
I was a pickling fool this past week! Check it out!
Woohoo, I managed to get these done in time for Friday! I made the cocoa sables – because who doesn’t love homemade cookies? – and the husband took them to work, where they were much enjoyed!
Lots of busyness in my life these days, but I finally got my post up just now.
CONFESSION: I didn’t do a Dorie recipe. I know I should be disqualified somehow, right? I had gotten shrimp at the market, but didn’t have the other ingredients for Dorie’s shrimp recipes … Had to make my own path!
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