Food in Films – Moonstruck

I grew up watching the film Moonstruck over and over and over again. The sense of romance, of the adventure of being set in New York City - a city which has fascinated me since I was a very small girl - the hilariousness of the characters and that overall sense of family all combined … Continue reading Food in Films – Moonstruck

Food in Films – Dangerous Beauty

I hadn't done a Food in Films post in quite awhile and I'm sorry for that. These are among the most fun posts I can do, particularly because I enjoy the inherent creativity in recreating food from a movie. You really do have a lot of artistic license, almost more so than recreating food in … Continue reading Food in Films – Dangerous Beauty

Food in Films – My Big Fat Greek Wedding

I haven't felt much like posting over the past few weeks. The ongoing coronavirus situation continues to scare me, even though I am doing all the recommended things the CDC has instructed: social distancing, frequently washing my hands, covering my cough, cleaning and disinfecting frequently-used items and surfaces, checking on elderly neighbors, and trying not … Continue reading Food in Films – My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Food in Films – The Godfather Part III

I don't even want to hear it, you Godfather III haters. I happen to think this film is an underrated masterpiece. No, it doesn't come close to the jewels that are the first two Godfather films, but to me, The Godfather Part III it has a dark beauty and pain that makes it its own … Continue reading Food in Films – The Godfather Part III

Food in Films – Star Wars: A New Hope

It's the end of an era. Or at least, the official end of the Star Wars films. I haven't actually seen the last film, but I have an idea of how it ends. Don't spoil it for me in the comments! That being said, part of what I did to prepare for this end game … Continue reading Food in Films – Star Wars: A New Hope

Food in Films – Coco

El Dia de los Muertos - the Day of the Dead in English - is a Mexican holiday that celebrates the spirits of our beloved dead. It is far more complex than that, but who among us can't relate to having lost a loved one, missing them, and wanting to honor their spirits? I know … Continue reading Food in Films – Coco

Food in Films – Beetlejuice

Well, it's that time of year again, the high holy season of horror, darkness and goth - October! My personal favorite time of year, when I can indulge my love of all things dark and deathly. I can wear black from head to toe and no one bats an eye. I can watch all the … Continue reading Food in Films – Beetlejuice

Food in Films – Amélie

I decided to do a little something different for this blog post. Many people have suggested different recipes or dishes to me that they saw in a film version of a movie, and I loved the idea but wanted to stick with my original concept of creating food either directly mentioned in a book or … Continue reading Food in Films – Amélie