This month's Food n Flix selection is Witches of Eastwick, and I'm hosting.
If you haven't seen the movie yet, which is based on the novel, it's about three women who decide that their lives could use a bit more. More excitement, more adventure, more romance. During one of their weekly girl's nights, they make a wish, and before long a man arrives in town and turns everything upside down.
Step 2) You must have a blog to take part. Then write a post about your creation during this month. And it must be a current blog post (during May 2016) Make sure you link to both this post AND to the Food n'Flix blog.
Step 3) Then, you email me (domesticanddamned (at) gmail (dot) com )with a link to your blog post, the name of your dish, the name of your blog and it's url, and a photo of your dish or give me permission to snag a photo. Make sure to title the email "FOOD N FLIX SUBMISSION"
Deadline will be Monday May 30th 2016 at 6pm EST. I will have the round up posted withing 24 hours after that.
I'm excited to watch The Witches of Eastwick again - it's been SO many years since I've seen it...and never with my foodie glasses on! Thanks for hosting this month. :)ReplyDelete
There is a lot more food in the movie than the one scene everyone remembers. It will be interesting to see what everyone creates.Delete
Looking forward to seeing it again, it has been years.ReplyDelete
I'm glad I'm actually thinking of pulling out the book and re-reading it.Delete
I don't know if I ever saw this in it's entirety but I am looking forward to watching it this month.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you're looking forward to it. And I think that might be the case for everyone, having seen it in bits and fits over the decades.Delete
I have the book pulled out to reread now. It's bee 30+ Years since i read it. I want to see how much the film differs. Lots of food that I didn't remember.ReplyDelete
I have my copy sitting on my to read pile too. Read it back over 20 years ago myself. Didn't care at all for the second book "Widows of Eastwick".Delete