Your favorite food scene in a movie


(kg) #81

Didn’t his shoes get cooked too?

I confuse my Tracy/Hepburn movies, but they’re all good!


#82

That’s right. His shoes got soaked in the rain, so he bakes them in her oven to dry them quickly, but he forgets about them, and the shoes end up ‘over-done.’
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#83

Amelie (2001, France). A simple scene about simple pleasures.

“Every Tuesday morning, Dominique Bretodeau goes to buy a chicken…”


(John) #84

I keep meaning to add ‘Soylent Green’. Who wouldn’t want to have Edward G. Robinson for dinner?


#85

Jet Lag (2002, France). My favorite food-related movie closing credits. Full recipe, including suggested wine pairing for the dish that Jean Reno, playing a former chef, prepares for Juliette Binoche in the hotel kitchen.


…etc…


#86

The Apartment (1960 Academy Award, Best Picture). When Jack Lemmon cooks spaghetti & meat balls for Shirley MacLaine in his apartment and uses a tennis racket as a strainer. He then proceeds to run the pasta under tap water for some reason, before plating.


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#89

The DOUBLE NY slice fold - bold move.

#90

East Side Sushi (2015) about a Latina who strives to become a sushi chef at a restaurant in Oakland on Grand Ave. near Lake Merritt. Filming was done at Coach Sushi, 532 Grand Ave. and also at B-Dama on Piedmont in Oakland. Here’s a link to the trailer and a report from Zennie Abraham about the making of the film.


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(Gwenn) #92

Another from Big Night - she wants spaghetti and meatballs on the side


#93

#94

Andy Griffith, anything Aint Bee served on the TV show especially the fried chicken at the jail.

Special warning. Do not eat her pickles!


#95

You can’t serve a starch with a starch. Well its completely true.


(Gwenn) #96

We’ll have breakfast


(Gwenn) #97

I love that scene


#98

Serious star power in the kitchen:


#99

When Harry Met Sally

“I’ll have what she’s having”!

:wink:


#100

Is this it ? :