Monday, May 10, 2010

It's Movie Night!

Are you ready for the next mission here at I Heart Cooking Clubs?

Your mission, if you chose to accept it, is to make some tasty creations for Movie Night!

Maybe you'd like to enjoy some good old fashioned popcorn with your movie, or perhaps a dip or even some roasted nuts are in order. Any snack or appetizer is definitely fair game on movie night!

You might even enjoy a theme night, such as Italian night, Kids Night, Southern Night, or even Vampire Night.

In the mood for a little Godfather marathon or perhaps a night with some Goodfellas? In that case, bring on the garlic and don't forget to slice your garlic thin, Goodfellas thin to be exact. You might want to try your hand with a homemade pizza, spaghetti, lasagna, garlic bread, maybe even a panini is in order.

Maybe Movie Night is a family affair, in which case you might chose to celebrate by watching the newly released Tooth Fairy movie. Cookies, Cakes, Brownies...all sound like a perfect way to rebel against the Tooth Fairy!

Perhaps some good old fashioned Southern food is in order, along with Sandra Bullock's new release The Blind Side. Melt in your mouth ribs, barbecue, corn on the cob......all washed down with some sweet tea. Sounds like bliss!

Vampire movies have been really popular lately. Bloody Mary's anyone? Steak served medium-rare? Red Velvet cupcakes? Sounds fang-tastic!!

Don't have time to sit down and watch a movie this week? Create a snack or menu with your favorite movie in mind. Whatever you chose will be fabulous and we can't wait to see it!

Post your Movie Night creations by Sunday, May 16th and don't forget to link your post of the week's permalink with Mr. Linky, below, so we can all enjoy your fabulous Movie Night creation!

Remember to leave a comment after, each week that you use Mr. Linky to link your post, just to be sure we don't miss anyone.

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I Heart Cooking Clubs *Movie Night* Participants
1. Joanne - White Bean Dip
2. Natashya - Pretty in Pink Strawberry Fool
3. Beth Anne - Spiced Nuts
4. Denny - Caribbean Channa
5. HoneyB
6. Joanna@GoAhead&Snicker - Mojitos
7. Jenny @ All Things Edible - Souffle and Cream Sauce
8. girlichef~ Tortilla Soup
9. Kim - A Romantic Mark Bittman Trio
10. Mary ~ Strawberries and Swedish Creme
11. Maggie-Pan Fried Pizza
12. Domestic Kate - Brownies
13. Deb in Hawaii--Tortilla Soup

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Deb in Hawaii said...

Cute post Kim--and some great movies too. ;-)

Looking forward to some tasty movie night treats from everyone!

NKP said...

Love it, Kim!
Makes me glad I have ordered a new dvd player for C's birthday. Bring on the movies!

Joanna said...

Uh oh, we have season 3 of Dexter lined up for this weeks DVD nights. Wonder what that will inspire me to cook!

Ty'sMommy said...

Oh, this sounds like fun! I've gotta hit the book and find something good!

Carla and Michael said...

Great pics.Except there's no "you're next" and Mr. Linky is gone. HELP.

NKP said...

Carla, thanks for the heads up! I'll fix that now.


Heather S-G said...

Cute!! And fun,, what to watch. Thanks for reminding me season 3 is out now, Joanna...that will probably be my weekend :)

NKP said...

Mmm, loving Movie Night!
My Pretty in Pink Strawberry Fool is up.

Ty'sMommy said...

I have my Spiced Nuts up!

Anonymous said...

This is my first entry to IHCC. Sorry, I entered twice. Please delete my first entry, as I missed out the name of the recipe.

Heather S-G said...

No problem Denny...and welcome to IHCC, I've added you to the Blogroll! :D

Joanna said...

p.s. Natashya- James Spader has been on Broadway in a play called Race for the past few months! He stars with Kerri Washington and David Allen Grier :)

Heather S-G said...

As usual lately, sliding in by the skin of my teeth...with some tasty Tortilla Soup!

Kim said...

Finally....whew!! This weekend kicked my butt. Just posted Mark's Panko Chicken with Grapefruit-Honey Sauce, Orzo "Risotto", and Lemon Mascarpone Mousse!! Good Eats:)

Unknown said...

Was a busy weekend. I traveled to Atlanta, shopped and cooked with a friend in a strange kitchen! The pan fried pizza was very good.

smile bunches!

Domestic Kate said...

Barely made it this week, but had some fabulous brownies this afternoon! That recipe is a keeper.

Deb in Hawaii said...

Everything looks wonderful--lots of fun movie treats.

Just getting my post in now (had to wait for my Souper Sunday deadline!) and apparently girlichef and I are on the same psychic wavelength. I also have been enjoying Tortilla Soup all weekend--the soup and the movie! ;-)

Heather S-G said...

That's so awesome, Deb! Too bad we couldn't have watched & made it together! :D