Get ready for an awesome Redwall Feast!
Starting August 1st, 2016, share your Redwall food and drink creations using the hashtag #RedwallAugust! Foods and drinks can be items mentioned in the books or animated series directly, from The Redwall Cookbook, or simply inspired by the world of Redwall!
#RedwallAugust is open to everyone; seasoned fandom foodies and novices alike!
If you create a recipe post (this can be on a blog, tumblr, instagram–anywhere you can type up a recipe with a photo) share the link here on the #RedwallAugust Feast Link-Up! Sign up below to be notified when the link-up goes live on August 1st, or simply for a reminder about #RedwallAugust.
(Your email will be used only once for #redwallaugust. The email list will then be deleted)
Note: The recipe post must be of your own creation (meaning don't link-up to someone else's recipe), and if the food you made is from another source, like The Redwall Cookbook, make sure you give proper credit.
P.S. If you'd like to use the #RedwallAugust tag to share non-food related (GASP!) Redwall things like cosplay, figures, book collections, fond memories, etc. you are more than welcome to! The link-up that will appear here on August 1st will be for recipes only, but we'd love to see Redwall love of all kinds across all of the social medias!
#RedwallAugust came about from a conversation prompted by a Redwall-inspired recipe The Gluttanous Geek shared and a Redwall-themed picnic I was baking for around the same time. The Inn at the Crossroads joined in the conversation as well as Witchy Kitchen, and the idea for a fun Redwall food collaboration was taken to and embraced by the Fandom Foodies group on Facebook. Huzzah! #RedwallAugust was born and is open to all!
The Redwall series by Brian Jacques is a twenty-two novel, three storybook (including a story cookbook!), one graphic novel collection published between 1989 - 2011 chronicling the struggles and successes (and FOOD) of woodland creatures in a medieval setting. There is also a three season animated series that ran from 1999 - 2000.
For more information about the Redwall series, visit the links below:
Redwall Abbey: The Official Brian Jacques Website
The Redwall Wikia
Redwall on Wikipedia
**Please feel free to use these images to promote #RedwallAugust + a link to this info. post!**