Great films involving food and baking
- Feb 01, 2021
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Trying to get into the mood for cooking but feeling uninspired? Then we have a magical method to get you back on track. Simply take some time out, get comfy on the sofa and watch one of our great films involving food and baking.
Eat, Pray, Love
Think Italy, India and Bali and tasting some of the wonderful local food on the way and join Julia Roberts on a journey of self-discovery. Each of these countries have their own wonderful recipes to share, such as pasta, curries and delectable sweet dishes. If you weren’t hungry at the start, you soon will be.
Julie and Julia
Back in the 1960s, Julia Childs published her famous cookbook. Come 2002 and Julie Powell decides to work her way through it, creating some fantastic meals. Sounds like a great idea for a movie? Find out with Julie and get your mouth watering as she cooks up a storm.
My big fat Greek wedding
If you adore Greek food, this is the movie for you. This is Mediterranean cuisine at its best and in ample amounts. Watch as the family go to town, creating delectable dishes using fresh vegetables, fish, olives, pasta, cheese and of course meat for the moussaka. Add in some crusty fresh bread and you will soon imagine your waistline expanding, even if only in your imagination.
This is the movie for would-be chocoholics, telling the story of a chocolate connoisseur who turns her home into a patisserie. Here you will find chocolate used in every conceivable way, from thick creamy drinks to chocolate confectionery in every shape and form. Enjoy the adventures of this passionate French chocolatier.
If you didn’t appreciate the real meaning of a feast before, watch this move and you will! Set way back in 19th century Denmark, here the village is brought together by the introduction of a very special feast, going all the way to celebrate the pleasure of good food cooked with love.
Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Stop Café
A fabulous movie based at the Whistle Stop Café, located in 1920s Alabama. It tells the story of love and mystery stirred in with a good helping of fun. Often bitter-sweet, watch as the staff serve the locals with delicious dishes, their chef special being the Fried Green Tomato dish. And don’t forget the famous barbecue!
Watching people cooking and eating food is a sure-fire way of getting our taste buds firing. You can even smell the food being prepared, imagining how it will taste as you watch the characters tucking into all types of fine fare.
If you didn’t feel hungry at the start, after one and a half hours or so of watching these wonderful recipes moving across your screen, you will find yourself transformed into a zealous cook!