I know we all keep our dates & appointments on our phones these days, but sometimes I like to actually look at a calendar…the old fashioned paper kind…with pictures to enjoy….that reflect the seasons…
To print these images onto card stock or any printer paper simply drag the image to your desktop and print, best printed around 5 x 7 or 4 x 6…. thumb tack onto a board in your office, or use a magnet to put on your fridge…cut and fold to use as a note card or just use the image as a gift tag or book mark…a paper airplane….whatever you choose….
Thanks to all who check out my blog and leave me those nice messages.
If you have a friend who needs a calendar please pass this on.
11 thoughts on ““12 months of food””
lovely photos! what a good idea.
i had the most divine meal yesterday at hugo’s in houston…truly gourmet mexican…did u know there was such a thing? i am arted out ready for the bridge. happy pre birthday…
Those all look so nice, how great to see your pics and a collection like that!
Teresa, these are so beautiful! Why are you not a professional photographer???
Because you are so very good at it and I love styling…I just take photos for myself for the most part…but thank you so much for the nice compliment.
lovely images, so sweet of you to offer your calendar!
re: ipad, cell, or paper, i am still low-tech, old school.
yes, t, i love it too – great idea & terrific images!
U r genius! Love it can’t wait to display!! Xo
I was doing a google search in research for the latest cookbook I am compiling and came across your blog. I loved it! I love everything about food, cooking, and also cookbooks.
I compile Celebrity Cookbooks, which are used as a fundraiser for non-profit organizations. The first was “Favorite Recipes of Kentucky Celebrities.” It has recipes from Hannah Montana and her family. (They are originally from Flatwood, KY) to Lance Burton, the Las Vegas Magician, who is from Louisville. The cookbook with 300 recipes and notes on each contributor has served as a fundraiser for over 125 organizations in the last 2 years.
The second cookbook was released 3 months ago and has raised funds for over 30 organizations in and around Tennessee. “Country Goodness Recipes of Tennessee Celebrities” has recipes from Elvis (Sent by Graceland) to the Chattanooga Choo Choo.
I am now compiling cookbooks with recipes from famous people and places in Illinois and Missouri. I do the cookbooks for fun, NOT for profit. I feel God has blessed me and this is a way I can give back to the community. It is a hobby for me. Some people play golf, fish, or quilt. I chose this, because I love to cook. 🙂
I would be glad to share information on the cookbooks with you if you would like to include it in one of your blogs. You can also find fun and interesting stories at my blog spot http://celebritycookbooks.blogspot.com/ on the various people and places, which have contributed recipes.
For more information, please go to my website, http://sites.google.com/site/celebritycookbooks/home which has a list of contributors, organizations which have used the cookbooks as a fundraiser, photos of the cover, and letters of reference.
I feel I have a special relation with all the bloggers out there that love food, cooking, and cookbooks as much as I do!
Best wishes and God’s blessings,
great post! keep it on!
Just found this printer friendly food calender created by my friend Teresa Blackburn on her blog ‘Food on Fifth’, I’m printing it out and hanging it on my fridge…thanks Teresa!