#FoodinFilm Blogathon – Apéritif

Thanks everybody, for making this such a grand feast!

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Thanks to everyone who joined the Food in Film Blogathon. It was a terrific feast filled with wonderful treats (as we knew it would be).

Thanks to bloggers who showed us new ways to look at food – and films we thought we knew.

Thanks to readers for stopping by and spending time with us.

And a special thanks to Kristina of Speakeasy for being a wonderful co-host and maître d extraordinaire.

Click HERE for the full archive of posts and related links. Any bloggers posting after this will be added to this archive.

In the meantime, we have a few final entrées you’re sure to enjoy.

Champagne for Lunch
Ponyo (2009) from Studio Ghibli

Random Pictures
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover (1989)

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#FoodinFilm Blogathon – Day 2

Today’s entries span the globe and range from the ultimate New Year’s Eve menu, to Italian restaurants, to ramen and fast food –something for every taste!

Bloggers: If we missed your post in this roundup, don’t worry. You’ll find it on tomorrow’s menu.

Until then, dig in to today’s entrees. Buon appetito!


Cinematic Scribblings: Adua and Her Friends (1960)

Wide Screen World: Super Size Me (2004)  

Silver Screenings: Food in Bachelor Mother (1939) 


Taking Up Room: The Ramen Girl (2008) 

Speakeasy: Big Night (1996)   

Movie Night Group: Ninotchka (1939)  

Life Is Sweet Enough: Chef-Driven Grilled Cheese

The Midnite Drive-In: Eating Raoul (1982) and Delicatessen (1991)  

The Tramp sees the girl across the restaurant as he scoops up beans

Once Upon a Screen: Charlie Chaplin: The Art of the Meal   

Love Letters to Old Hollywood: If You Could Only Cook (1935) 

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Anybody Got a Match?: Cool Hand Luke (1967)  


Totally Filmi: Ustad Hotel (2012) 

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Critica Retrô: Lady and the Tramp (1955)

Come back here tomorrow night for more, and visit the event main page to catch up on all the posts. 

#FoodinFilm Blogathon – Day 1

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There’ll be no dieting this weekend.

Your entries in the Food in Film Blogathon are making it impossible to count calories – we’re throwing caution to the wind! Today’s posts include tasty recipes and delicious reviews of movies featuring food. You won’t want to miss any of these entries.

Bloggers: If we missed your post today, do not fear. We’ll include it on tomorrow’s menu.

Until then, enjoy today’s entries. Bon appétit!

Cinematic Scribblings
The Bakery Girl of Monceau (1963)

Movie Movie Blog Blog
Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life (1983)

Silver Screen Suppers
The Odd Couple (1968)

Caftan Woman
Easy Living (1937)

The Marcko Guy
Harry Potter and the Tasty Foods

Realweegiemidget Reviews
Supersize vs Superskinny
Old School Evil
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Secret of the Ooze (1991)

Taking Up Room
Cuisine, Stars Hollow Style

Movies Silently
Mary Pickford’s Orphanage Stewed Prunes

Life is Sweet Enough

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The #FoodinFilm Blogathon Starts Friday!

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We’re looking forward to a big feast with the #FoodinFilm Blogathon, starting this Friday (November 3).

It’s not too late to join in the fun – click HERE to RSVP. We’re not posting a schedule, but we will upload the Daily Specials each evening. So join us any day you like!

Click HERE for the list of the participants, and help us promote the event with the #FoodinFilm hashtag.

Your maître d’s are:

We can’t wait to indulge in your entries!

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The Great Villain Blogathon — Wrap-up & Thanks!

One last word and roundup before we close the door on the Great Villain Blogathon 2017: your hosts Ruth of Silver ScreeningsKaren of Shadows & Satin, and Kristina of Speakeasy want to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part, visited the participating blogs, and helped spread the word via #Villains2017. A blogathon is only as good as the lovely people who join in, and you all gave us such great and diverse reading in this 4th year of the event! Like any good villain, we will return to menace the blogosphere again next year so start thinking of your favourite Big Bads.

This #Villains2017 main page has been updated to archive all these daily recaps. Bloggers who post after this, just leave a comment here and we’ll add you to this recap.

Thanks again everybody, you were wicked good. See you next year!

Now please enjoy today’s writing:

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society: Who is the real villain in “The Doorway to Hell” from 1930?

Cary Grant Won’t Eat You: The husband in Stella Dallas

Apocalypse Later: Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation (1939) 

Lonely Critic: Tom and Rico (Public Enemy and Little Caesar)