Read Watch & Eat! w/ French Cuisine

My “Read, Watch & Eat!” are monthly events I host for fellow foodies who love to read. The Read, Watch & Eat event is one where my friends read the chosen book in advance and we come together to watch the movie version over a potluck of dishes or cuisine inspired by the book.

For the month of August, my friends and I will be reading the book, The Diving Bell & The Butterfly by Jean-Dominique Bauby and will be watching the 2007 movie version together over a French inspired potluck.

Share a French inspired recipe for this blogging adventure! If you’ve read the book or watched the movie, you can also share your own review as well!

1) Make a French recipe and create a blog post about it from now until the midnight, AUGUST 23rd.

2) Add a link back to my blog within your blog post, Joelen’s Culinary Adventures (http://joelens.blogspot.com/)

3) Send an email with the following information to itsjoelen@gmail.com:
– Title of the blogging adventure in subject line
– Your name
– Your state, country location
– Your food blog name & link to your event entry
– Picture of your entry

You can participate even if you don’t have a blog. Non-bloggers can email the above information (sans blog details) and I’ll include it in the round up.

But wait… there’s also a GIVEAWAY! Participate and you just might receive a giveaway item related to the blogging event. The chosen blogger for the giveaway will be contacted via email when the round up is posted to obtain mailing information. Good luck and hope you can join me in my Culinary Adventures!

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