Announcing Food n’ Flix for May: Delicatessen

This month’s movie was a strange pick. I actually hadn’t seen it before this weekend and was mildly confused at my movie choice (this is what I get for picking randomly off a list) but at the same time, I am intrigued about the types of dishes this movie will inspire.

Delicatessen

 

Delicatessen is a post-apocalyptic movie entirely in French. Subtitles definitely help understanding what exactly is going on. 😉

In this movie, food is rare – so rare in fact it is used as currency. And some of the food choices are.. well.. maybe not what you should be sharing for your Food n’ Flix submission.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN FOOD N’ FLIX:

1. Watch the chosen film (Delicatessen). Using the film as your inspiration, use your culinary skills to create something.

2. Post about it on your blog with a link back to this post and post a link to Food ‘n Flix. You can use the Food ‘n Flix logo if you wish!

3. Your post must be current (during the month of May). The post may be linked to other events. The more the merrier!

4. Have fun with it!

5. Email me at elizabeth@crabtech.net by the deadline and include the following:
a. Your Name
b. Your Blog’s Name an URL
c. The name of your dish and the permalink to the specific post you’re submitting
d. Attach a photo of your dish (or give me permission to pull one from your post)
e. Indicate “Food ‘n Flix” in the subject line of your email

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: May 29, 2013
I will try to have the post up on May 31st!

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5 responses

  1. Oh boy, I am nervous about this one! I ordered a copy last month, but haven’t watched it yet (though I do know the gist of it)…I can’t wait to see what people come up with this month, either ;). Thanks a bunch for being our host this month, Elizabeth!

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