Friday, 14 February 2014

Food on Friday: Valentine's Day Food

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It's our chance to get all romantic for this Food on Friday.  Please link in whatever dishes you think would be great for serving a loved one on Valentine's Day.

Just put your name (or your blog name) and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.

I will be pinning the links to this Pinboard as fast as I can.
This is a no rules type party.  All I ask of you is that you choose some of the other links to visit.  But if you haven't got time, please at least have a peep at the Pinboard.

Happy Valentine's Day!

PS  Just click here to see the inspirational features from Food on Friday: Gluten Free.




44 comments:

  1. thanks for hosting! can't wait to check out all the Valentines goodies!

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  2. Another great round-up idea! :D Just posted our Surprisingly Decadent Brownies! (And now I think I'd better go nibble on one ... yum!) Thanks, as always! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  3. Thanks Carole for hosting us. I hope you have a lovely Valentine's Day.

    M~

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  4. What can be better than chocolates on Valentine's Day? Great topic! Hope everyone has a tasty weekend.

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  5. Hi Carole~ Thanks so much for hosting and Have a Happy Valentine's Day:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  6. Hi Carol. Happy Valentines! To go wit your theme I am sharing Chocolate Lava Cake as well as Dark Chocolate Covered Strawberries.
    I hope you have a great week!

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  7. Happy Valentines Day to all. Hope you like those cakelettes--we sure did!

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  8. Happy Valentine's Day--hope everyone enjoys those cakelettes!

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  9. posted my heart-shaped individual apple pies! happy valentine's day!

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  10. Happy Valentine's Day, Carole! Wishing everyone a great weekend!!

    The Valentine's Day Cream Puff Heart is really easy to make and it's a nice change from cake.

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  11. Happy Valentine's Day, Carole!!

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  12. Thanks Carole! Happy Valentine's Day from America! ~Amy

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  13. What great inspiration! Perfect for V-day eve:)

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  14. Love is most definitely in the air!
    Janie x

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  15. Thanks for hosting, Carole! Have a wonderful Valentine's!!

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  16. Am loving seeing what everyone else has created

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  17. What a great idea Carole a valentines link up!. Have a lovely day

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  18. Chicken with Cider and Calvados!

    Thanks, Carole

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  19. Awesome collection. Have a Lovely Valentine's :-)

    Aparna

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  20. Thanks so much for the party Carole. Have a great weekend! :)

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  21. Yum can't wait to try some of these recipes!

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  22. Happy Valentine's Day Carole. Thanks again for hosting.

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  23. Have a Happy Valentine's Day full of lots of treats!

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  24. Great line up of Valentine's Day offerings ... thanks for hosting this Carol.

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  25. Happy Valentine's day Carole, thanks for hosting another great Food on Friday! Hope you enjoy my super nutritious Red Velvet Cake.

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  26. So many wonderful Vday recipes - how to choose?

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  27. Thanks for the linky party and for pinning my Valentine Punch! Happy Valentine's Day Carole!

    Heather
    MySweetMission.net

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  28. Happy Valentine's Day! Thank you for the link-up!

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  29. Carole,
    I've linked up 3 savory recipes even though I think chocolate goes well with Valentines. Of course, being a mere 1 mile walk from both Graeter's Salted Caramel Ice Cream and Dorothy Lane Market's Salted Caramel Killer Brownies means that I can take the time to make the savory dishes and leave the sweets to the locals.
    I'm sharing a Skillet Mushroom Dip for Two, and Soy Sriracha Roasted Mushrooms, because sharing a mushroom appetizer before dinner is one way my spouse and I have date night while staying at home.
    I'm also sharing a Valentine's pizza--because cooking foods based on the dietary preferences of your loved ones is a terrific way to show your love.
    Thanks for hosting!

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  30. I shared my newest post, a recipe for sweet potato blossom cookies that are cute enough to serve to a romantic interest or just to friends at a V-Day party. The sweetie will love that they are so delicious and attractive, yet also very low fat and light.

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  31. L♥v the linky Carole. What a brilliant way to share food love today! Thank you.

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  32. Thanks for all the inspiration! Happy Valentine's Day to all!

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  33. Thanks for hosting, Carole, Happy Valentine's Day !

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  34. Good Morning Carole, Thank you for the invite. I have shared my Steak Pie with Gravy.... now I know your thinking "That's not very romantic"..... but for my hubby, it is, because he loves this pie.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  35. Hi Carole Happy Valentine's Day !
    My dish Spaghetti Bolognese, I think, 'The Lady is a Tramp', say's it all about sharing this romantic meal especially with a little glug of red wine added today !

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  36. This is such a great idea and I love the idea of the Pinterest link, I get to see the dishes and drool. And because of you I've been introduced to many great blogs and recipes. Thanks for this and I hope you had a great Valentines Day.

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