Photo Friday: Fave #foodpics

We all know that sharing food photos on Instagram (#foodies, #foodporn, #omgsogood, #nomnomnom, #whatIatetoday, #homecooking, #cleaneats, #Ieatcarbsdontjutdgeme) is not only mouth watering, but it guarantees a crap ton of likes. Add in a photo of a red cup from Starbucks (too soon?) and you’ll break the Internet (#sbuxdrama).

I’ve always loved food, anyone can tell you that. I’m hungry every two hours, I cannot go one day without breakfast, I love trying new restaurants, I will devour anything tasty and I love a good food pic. So, here are some of my favourite food photos from my roster this fall (because this season is THE best time for a foodgasm).

Vegan banana pancakes are the best way to start a Saturday (or any day, really). Give me all the pancakes!
Vegan banana pancakes are the best way to start a Saturday (or any day, really). Give me all the pancakes!
Minestrone is one of my favourite dishes! It's easy to make (because you can use any veggie in your fridge), it will last and it's filling! Perfect with (half a loaf of) bread.
Minestrone is one of my favourite dishes! It’s easy to make (because you can use any veggie in your fridge), it will last and it’s filling! Perfect with (half a loaf of) bread.
A raspberry-lemon-pear-cinnamon cake for breakfast, did you say? Sure. I'm in.
A raspberry-lemon-pear-cinnamon cake for breakfast, did you say? Sure. I’m in.
Pumpkin cinnamon scones! They turned out so yummy! I will have to make them again (partially #fortheInsta).
Pumpkin cinnamon scones! They turned out so yummy! I will have to make them again (partially #fortheInsta).
If only every day was this sunny! Homemade butternut squash soup (with secret ingredient: red lentils), crackers and cheese and a good book. Heaven.
If only every day was this sunny! Homemade butternut squash soup (with secret ingredient: red lentils), crackers and cheese and a good book. Heaven.
Homemade apple pie for one? Excellent. Just kidding. I shared (kind of).
Homemade apple pie for one? Excellent. Just kidding. I shared (kind of).
Homemade lentil, read quinoa beef stew. A stick to the ribs, all in one pot, kind of dinner. Maybe don't post this food pic for #meatlessmonday, but any other time, and it's a win.
Homemade lentil, red quinoa, beef stew. A stick to the ribs, all in one pot, kind of dinner. Maybe don’t post this food pic for #meatlessmonday, but any other time, and it’s a win.
How did this photo come to be? My grandmother wants a photo of clementines, framed, for her birthday. This here was the winner (after 30-minutes of staging). I still have to get that frame...
How did this photo come to be? My grandmother wants a photo of clementines, framed, for her birthday. This here was the winner (after 30-minutes of staging). I still have to get that frame…
Quinoa bake! My coworkers always talk about baked quinoa, so as a result, I make it quite often. Just add cheese and it's perfect. Nirvana in a pan.
Quinoa bake! My coworkers always talk about baked quinoa, so as a result, I make it quite often. Just add cheese and it’s perfect. Nirvana in a pan.
My family has always been big on eating persimmons in the fall. In Italian, this fruit is called,"Kaki." Weird name, but a delicious find, nonetheless.
My family has always been big on eating persimmons in the fall. In Italian, this fruit is called,”Kaki.” Weird name, but a delicious find, nonetheless.
Homemade, vegan mac and cheese. I had been craving mac and cheese for WEEKS before I made this. I found a recipe on Oh She Glows and started to get busy. The end result was fabulous.
Homemade, vegan mac and cheese. I had been craving mac and cheese for WEEKS before I made this. I found a recipe on Oh She Glows, famed vegan food blog by Toronto writer, Angela Liddon, and started to get busy. The end result was fabulous.
You know when you have all that frozen fruit you should probably use? Make a fruit crumble with a little bit of orange juice, honey, oats and some raisins. Bake it for 30 minutes and you have a healthy dessert for the week (or the day, if you're me).
You know when you have all that frozen fruit you should probably use? Make a fruit crumble with a little bit of orange juice, honey, oats and some raisins. Bake it for 30 minutes and you have a healthy dessert for the week (or the day, if you’re me).

There are 27 days until the end of the year and I hope that each of yours is filled with delicious bites! Share links to our favourite food photos in the comments below.

Happy December!

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