Movies And Full Tummies

Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Last night we had a few friends over for a "movie night" and as Saturday’s banana bread vanished...hahah...I made this walnut-cranberry-zucchini bread. I know the combination sounds a little strange but believe me, all my guests went home with their tummies full:)...It was delicious!

Happy Tuesday:)
xoxox

Ps: We watched "Death at a Funeral" . I was hilarious...and Chris Rock is so funny. Have you seen it?

50 comments:

Collette Osuna said...

That bread looks amazing...and I could go for some of that right about now, lol

Have a great one!!


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Gabby / Gypsy*Diaries said...

Sounds yummmy... thanks for the movie recommendation! We watched The Joneses last night with Demi Moore and David Duchovny and I loved it! See you soon babe?
xxx

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Diana Mieczan said...

Gabby...sure, coffee would be lovely:)

bobbi said...

I really shiuld try to bake this banana bread that I read about in every blog. It's not something we do in italy. Bread is bread. No bananas.

lisa said...

oh i love banana bread....sounds like a fun night xox

Michelle said...

Oh, even I just had Lunch,
I could manage one Piece,
yummie!!!

Debby said...

I think it sounds wonderful! Love Cranberry Nut bread and I love Zucchini bread.... will try this one! xo

CHECKS AND SPOTS said...

Oh yum! This looks too good to be true!

Kristina said...

mmh, sounds a bit strange but looks very very yummy!!! :)
viele gruesse, kristina

heidi adnum said...

Looks delicious!

kirstyb said...

looks yummy xxxxx

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Love movie nights, never ever have tried to eat or bake a banana bread...
Have a happy Tuesday, sweet Diana xxxx

Signe said...

That sounds... strange! But it looks good that is for sure :)

Taylor said...

yummy looking bread... i have had that bread before.. its good warm or cold.. but i have not seen that movie yet, i want to tho!

have a great tuesday!!

Taylor

Connie @ SogniESorrisi said...

I haven't seen it but that bread looks great!

Gina said...

yumyumyumyum. both breads sound deeeelish!

i haven't seen the movie yet but i'd like to check it out.

p.s i love having a full tummy!! hahaha

<3 gina

Gina said...
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Diana Mieczan said...

hahaha...Gina..I love full tummy too:) hahah

Erika ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

never saw it - gotta keep it in mind!

Dancing Branflake said...

Oh yum! I want some!

Cara said...

My Aunt makes THE BEST zucchini bread- I will have to make it and post the recipe soon :)

knack said...

YUM! so glad you had a fun night with friends!

xo

Jude said...

I've been wanting to see that movie! Thanks for the inspiration :) Also, your bread looks D-lish! (I've had that combo of ingredients, it's so good!)

ChinkyGirLMeL said...

Hmmm...sounds like an interesting mix. I am always up for something new. That looks really good!

Stephanie said...

Actually, that combination sounds delicious!! I may have to try it sometime. :-)

Duermevela said...

oh, seems to be delicious.. Great photos.
Yummm

im zoe said...

wow that bread looks and sound so good, i could just each a bit now with my coffee, my strp dad brought us that film over on sunday we are yet to watch it but i have heard so may good reports, Roll on fridays movie night :)

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

Yum that looks amazing! Although I don't know where I'd put it because I'm still full from last nights 6 course anniversary dinner! And we had to eat some of the top of our year old wedding cake too! :)

Hope you had a fabulous weekend, sweetie! xoxo

Lenore @ Lather. Write. Repeat. said...

Actually it sounds delicious!! Have a great day!

XO
Lenore

CatherineLovesRoses said...

Hahaha love the title of your post!! Great movies (thanks for the recommendation) with some good friends and delicious homemade treats are the perfect combination for an amazing night!!

Have a wonderful day my sweet friend!!!

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

yep - flipping hilarious movie, and yummo, love the look of that loaf!jxx

Melissa said...

Oh, major yum!!!

Annie said...

Wow, this bread looks and sounds DELISH!! Nice work, Diana! :)
I'm glad to hear Death at a Funeral was funny because I was wanting to see it.
Hope you're having a great day! xo

Annie said...

p.s. Hope your coffee turned out perfect this morn ;)

Diana Mieczan said...

It was very yummy,darling:) thanks

the chirpy bird said...

How fantastic! I had a girls night too as the mister has been out of town! I could definitely use a piece of that this morning with my morning cuppa! Thanks for the great pics!
xo tash

foodhogger said...

WOW!! Looks so yummy Diana! Great job - I want the recipe, so that I can feature it on my Foodhogger blog.

Erica said...

Yummy! That bread looks fantastic and perfect for fall!

Dominique said...

Zucchini bread sounds divine! Mmmmm...

Krystal said...

I haven't seen that! and now i have to make a zucchini bread :)

Phoenix Peacock said...

that looks oh so good

The Gallery Gal said...

Yummm! I love banana bread... even better with chocolate chips. I can't wait to try that walnut & cranberry zucchini bread. Thanks!

Panda said...

oh that sounds really good! i am due to make some banana bread soon.

Croatian_Latina said...

uuuuhh I love zucchini bread and with cranberry yummy! sounds delicious.

I haven't seen that movie yet. But Chris rock is a good actor! A few months back I saw a documentary he did on black hair industry, "Good Hair" he was so funny talking about how he wouldn't let his daughters get a perm as kids. Very interesting film.

Diana Mieczan said...

That sounds very interesting...Thanks! I will check it out:)

Liesl @ FabulousFashions4SensibleStyle said...

Yummy!!! Your blog is so wonderful, Diana! Love it!

Liesl :)

Samantha said...

That bread looks delicious! Adding that to the recipe list..

I saw the FIRST Death at a Funeral!! It was originally a British indie-comedy made three years ago so I refuse to see the remake! (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0795368/) I'm a sucker for British comedies so I have to stand by it! : )

-Samantha
http://sincerelysamantha.com

Marissa said...

Oh don't post photos like that when I'm pmsing. It's just not fair! And I have no sweets in the house. :(

xo Marissa
The Well-Appointed Catwalk

Café Bellini said...

That sounds delicious! When we're in the new place, I can try out the oven with this :-)

Poppies and Sunshine said...

This looks wonderful! I just watched that movie a couple days ago too! It was funny! I absolutely loved James Marsden in it.

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