Movies for Foodies

Movies for Foodies


Movies for Foodies

Ratatouille [Blu-ray] the Disney flick, and No Reservations the remake of the German film Mostly Martha. !>(border)/files/0000/2157/No_Reservations_thumb.jpg!The first is an animated film in true Disney style, with a hero in the form of a rat who is dissatisfied with eating garbage and sets out to find a place where he can create memorable food. In the process, he helps a young man find both his rightful identity and true love.

Now, see the video clip about Computer-Generated food. Just don’t drool on your keyboard!

The second film, just recently released on DVD, is also a true-love-prevails tale, in which a workaholic chef (Catherine Zeta-Jones) becomes the guardian for her niece (Abigail Breslin) and the love interest of her sous chef (Aaron Eckhart). Watch either of them with a plate of pasta nearby. Or, better yet, check out The Food Channel’s recipe for ratatouille.



October 16, 2017 6:00 pm ·

Around our house, the first cold weekend morning of fall calls for the comforting flavors of made-from-scratch baking powder biscuits and a (…)


This Autumnal Spiced Maple Cake is a fluffy and delicate dessert made with pure maple syrup, brown sugar and the flavors of fall. This (…)


Maple flavoring is hotter than ever this year. These Maple Eclairs are made with a rich organic-bourbon barrel-aged maple syrup, which (…)


October 13, 2017 3:13 pm ·

A spooky twist on a fall favorite, this Black Lagoon Sangria is equally tangy and sweet, thanks to raspberries, blackberries, (…)


October 13, 2017 2:13 pm ·

This Halloween twist on the classic deviled egg has a little kick to it thanks to the addition of hot sauce instead of traditional mustard. (…)


October 13, 2017 1:13 pm ·

Remember how exciting Halloween night was as a kid? Putting on your costume, eating sloppy joe sandwiches your mom made, and then heading (…)


October 13, 2017 12:13 pm ·

Candy Corn is one of those controversial nostalgic candies with two sides fighting for the win; is candy corn good or bad?! We say good, (…)

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