For the next couple weeks, the Feedfeed, which was profiled in our Spring 2014 issue, wants to see how they’ve inspired your cooking. Post an image to Instagram of food you have made and add the following text in the original caption: “Inspired by @thefeedfeed #feedfeed.”
Have you been inspired in your cooking after seeing something on @thefeedfeed or #feedfeed on Instagram? They want to see it and acknowledge our fellow cooks and followers with a prize: a basket of local and seasonal goods curated by Edible magazines
For the next couple weeks on Instagram, check @thefeedfeed and #feedfeed for inspiration and post images of food you make or have made and add the following text in the original caption, “Inspired by @thefeedfeed #feedfeed”. If you want to include an old post, please repost it with the above text in the main caption to ensure we see it.
Your submissions can be a loose interpretation of an idea you gained from the feedfeed community (@thefeedfeed and #feedfeed) which inspired you to make something of your own. For instance, got inspired to braise something after seeing a post on our feed? Made overnight oats for the first time? Added pistachios to pancakes? Made a pear and blue cheese pizza? Sprinkled sumac on top of your eggs? Dried flowers for tea? Added vermouth to your homemade miso soup? These are just a few examples of Feedfeed founder Julie Resnick has been inspired by people who share on #feedfeed which we share on @thefeedfeed in conjunction with the food we cook on our own.
Contest begins today and runs until Saturday May 3 at 11:59 pm EST. We will re-gram our favorite posts/stories of people inspiring each other to cook creatively (via @thefeedfeed and #feedfeed) and the winner will be announced Monday May 5! Please make sure to add “Inspired by @thefeedfeed and #feedfeed” in your original caption of your post to make sure we see your submission.