We all love burgers. That is incontrovertible scientific fact. We also all love movies. So what happens when the two collide in beautiful harmony? A range of outcomes ensue, as it turns out.
In The Help, Tate Taylor’s heartfelt adaptation of Kathryn Stockett’s novel, Minny Jackson, the outspoken maid played by Octavia Spencer, the role for which she won an Academy Award, claims that “frying chicken just tends to make you feel better about life,” and we agree with one caveat: eating fried chicken makes us feel even better.
While the chance of us actually being in a movie is diminishing by the day, it’s not going to stop us from trying to blur the line between us and them as much as Hollywood possible. Which is why we’re starting a new feature whereby we get an expert chef to recreate iconic movie meals and then tell you exactly how to do them at home.
“We like it hot… but don’t let it burn” is the motto of the Culinary Cinema of the 64th Berlinale, which will be held from February 9 to 14, 2014. “The use of fire and our ability to cook distinguishes us from all other living beings. Yet fire also poses a threat to future generations, for global warming […]
From The Guardian, an early review of Michael Winterbottom’s ‘The Trip to Italy’: Four years after they ate their way round the Lakes, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon sample the fare of the Amalfi coast. But the taste left by this movie version of the forthcoming TV series is less tart than anticipated – comfort […]
In keeping with Epicurious Oscar tradition, it’s once again time for our annual Academy Awards Movie Menus. Get ready to celebrate this year’s Best Picture nominees with recipes inspired by each of the nine nominated films. You may want to choose your menu based on your favorite film or the dishes that appeal to you most. […]