January in Food

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. Several things going on at the moment have me lacking time for researching posts and cooking experiments. I’m hoping both time and inspiration will be back to normal in the next couple days.

Until then I thought I would share my January in Food. I joined Kathy from A Good Appetite in a Project 365 for foods in 2010 on Flickr. As you can see, I got started a little late so I’m a bit short, but I’m on track for a full year of food from here on out. It is really fun to look back and see my month in food photos!



Mushroom Barley Soup

Potato Soup

Pastured Farm-fresh Eggs

Fruit Salad

Honey Cinnamon Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Kaya – Coconut Jam

Walnut Crusted Tilapia

Vanilla Porter

Cheddar Pumpkin Risotto with Shrimp

Homemade Butter Pecan Ice Cream

Kentucky Hot Brown

Garrett Popcorn from Chicago

Black Beans and Rice

Quinoa with Roasted Chicken and Zucchini

Blood Orange

Homemade Tortillas

Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies

Grilled Portobello Mushroom Sandwich from Lynn’s Paradise Cafe

7-Grain Cereal with Apricot Conserve and Coconut

Salad with Apple, Dried Blueberries and Chicken

Chicken, Apple and Cheddar Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Frozen Raspberries (from my Dad’s garden) and Greek Yogurt

Trail Mix Bagel from Panera

Apple with Almond Butter


Tropical Traditions Coconut Peanut Butter – Giveaway coming soon!

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  1. says

    5 Star and TN – Thanks! It’s a lot of fun and I’m loving seeing others photos too.

    Anna – Well, not actually cook although I try to every day. It’s really just to photograph one food you made, ate or saw that interests you each day. So some days it will be a recipe I made, others just a beer, coffee or something at the market that caught my attention. Just as long as it’s food related.

  2. says

    Lori, Okay the thing that stuck out to me the most was the Vanilla Porter. LOL! We have some in the fridge but haven’t tried it yet. Did you like it?

    Looking at the photos displayed that way is awesome! It looks really cool, like a nutritional collage. :D

  3. says

    TN Emily and Malou – It is a really fun project! I try to get creative and not just photo foods I cook, but random things I eat too.

    Andrea – I thought you’d like that. ;) We got Breckenridge and it was pretty tasty. Once it sat a bit in the glass the vanilla flavor really came out.

    kat – I’m so glad you invited people to join. It’s fun!

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