As part of documenting a culinary journey, CNN is running a major social media campaign to find out what a typical food day looks like in different parts of the world.
This week, they are ask people to share their lunch on their social media platforms i.e. Vine, Instagram or Twitter, using the hashtag #CNNFood.
— CNN Travel (@CNNTravel) October 14, 2015
Next week, the emphasis will be on dinner.
Let’s join the #CNNFood challenge by tagging what we are having for lunch (this week) or dinner (next week) #CNNFood on Instagram, Vine or Twitter.
CNN will embedd and feature the best responses on their website. How cool is that? So guys, c’mon and let’s do this! Let’s show the world what we eat here in Mzansi! Who’s in?
For inspiration, check out what the rest of the world is posting:
Can we take a break from the regular Nigerian Fried Rice? Today I've combined Yaji Fried Rice with Smoked Prawns giving it a unique flavour. This dish can easily go for a quick #Nigerian lunch. Recipe at 1qfoodplatter.com #1qfoodplatter #nigerianrecipes #friedrice #ricerecipes #foodbloggers #foodpics #CNNFood
Umm this counts as a meal right? ? • Black raspberry chocolate chip froyo with marshmallow & fruit loop cone (HK$43+$20) – the scoop of ice cream was huge but it would be better if they make the scoop smaller and charge less because it was a bit too much to finish. They let me tried samples of different flavors which were decent but not that special. I loved the #fruitloop cone though (reminds me of cereal I'd eat as a kid) and it's great for pictures I guess! ? #supermelCentral
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