Spudguns! October is over, and it's time for the round up for Food n'Flix. I got to host this last round, and my selection was the 2016 remake of Ghostbusters. (announcement here)
First was Debbie at Eliots Eats with her smoked baloney
It was inspired by the scene where Patty mentions "it smells like regrets and fried bologna"
Camilla made two cocktails with her Slimmer Slippers This was inspired by the beloved character of Slimer.
fried rice from Amy at Amy's Cooking Adventures She was inspired by all the Chinese food seen throughout the film.
From there we have Kelley at Simply Inspired with a rice crispy treat pizza Their inspiration came from not just the remake, but the franchise, as the logo went into their design.
Amber from Reviews Chews and How To's gave us a Slimmer Pistachio Salad She pulled her inspiration from a combo of marshmallows and the ever present ectoplasm, that at times becomes a character all it's own.
Kahakai Kitchen made us a vegan wonton soup Her inspiration came straight from the line "a reasonable wonton to broth ratio", as it's a running gag throughout the film that no matter how often the gang order in, the order is never right.
A Day in the Life on the Farm gave us a Hot and Sour Soup Once again, the running soup gag became the inspiration for the meal.
Ali at Fix Me a Little Lunch made Ecto Eclairs The slime, once again became the center of attention and inspired her to make these lovely green temptations.
Caroline over at Caroline Makes, gave us a S-lime and Coconut cake Getting into the Hallowe'en spirit, she was inspired by Slimer as well.
All Roads Lead To The Kitchen gave us a Hot and Sour Soup She was inspired by the character of Kevin, so pretty yet so unaware he's in over his head; his fishtank, and the once again running soup gag.
vegetarian Heavy Metal Hot Dog casserole. I was inspired by the heavy metal concert, and the many references of hot dogs.
Don't forget you can join in every month, and November's selection is Planes Trains and Automobiles, and being hosted by Amy at Amy's Cooking Adventures.
Till next time...