First we stopped by Wendy at A Day in the Life on the Farm, she made for us her husband's Comfort Hot Toddy. A simple recipe, that lets you feel all the warmth of the season, and as she pointed out, comfort was a theme in the film.
Next on the tour was Evelyne over at Cheap Ethnic Eatz with a Christmas Bundt Cake She went with a classic, severing up her version of a regency style recipe.
From there, we stopped in on Amy at Amy's Cooking Adventures for some Snowman Pizza Buns. A recipe she's shared with friends and family often.
Heather at All Roads Lead to the Kitchen made Orange Current Scones
She got her inspiration from both the movie and it's special features where the actor playing Allegra talks about having brought scones to the cast/crew backstage.
Deb at Kahakai Kitchen gave us Raspberry Drinking Shrub Sodas and Apricot Marmalade on Baguette. Her inspiration scene...er scenes, were the big break up scene at the "Marmalade" restaurant and the coffee shop scene.
And I made an apricot "traffic jam" with banana bread and tea biscuits (here) inspired by the scene where they are meeting for the first time in the coffee shop, and Bernadette is holding a plate of pastries.
I'll remind everyone that in 2016, Food n'Flix will be kicking off the new year with January's selection of Failure to Launch and hosted by Amy's Cooking Adventures.