A meal with friends, a picnic in the park, a great food truck or that one amazing restaurant you've been waiting to try. Fine food is one of life's great pleasures and it's something we know the FDL community enjoy.
Using #FDLmoment we've received pictures of some of your your finest, emotional snaphots - beautiful plates, unexpected dining locations and snaps of tasty moments shared friends. From now on we'll be asking for #FDLmoment food and drink pictures surrounding certain themes - from picnics, to dining with locals and food based celebrations - we'll ask you to share Instagram snaps on certain topics, we'll of course share our own great pictures and the best ones each week will be compiled into a great gallery.
Right now, we're currently looking for your best holiday food and drink photos on Instagram. Cocktails on the beach, amazing restaurant views, perfect table settings in far flung lands, you and your friends sitting down for an unforgettable holiday meal. We want you to Practice The Art of Fine Food Every Time You Can and share those special moments with us, in turn we'll highlight the best pictures each week.
The first theme is 'Practice The Art of Fine Food on Holiday' and as you can see from gallery below, we've already received some wonderful pictures. To share your best holiday food and drink snaps just add #FDLmoment to your pics on instagram, follow @finedininglovers, and we'll share the best. Don't worry, if you don't have a great vacation based picture, the themes will change so keep checking back until you find one that matches your style.
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