Archive For The “Food Flicks” Category
See manure fly while baking…!
Is the search for gluten-free funny? Steel Drum In Space wants to know… Enjoy!
BBC News “PopUp” video journalist Benjamin Zand reports on how the Conflict Kitchen kicked up controversy and brought antagonists to its table to break bread and talk. Enjoy!
How to excite kids about good food
Based on the song “The Lone Fish Ball” (1855) by George Marshall Lane, the song got a reworking by Tin Pan Alley as “One Meat Ball” (1944), recorded by blues and folk singer Josh White — a little late for the Great Depression itself, but fresh in people’s minds (and stomachs). While Josh White’s recording…
Is the way to a man’s heart through his stomach? Find out how the Indians do it: watch this trailer from The Lunchbox (“Dabba”). (Coming to U.S. theaters as of February 28, 2014.) Enjoy!
Is heaven on earth — at least, food heaven? The BBC may have found it — in Japan — and it’s for kids. This is a country where one can run a business called “Bento for Kids. That’s because, as the BBC reports, in Japan “A dry sandwich in tinfoil just won’t do: the packed…
For Mesamerica 2014, see chefs Mario Batali and Danny Bowien battle it out in a war of words… Enjoy! Mesamerica Batali Bowien from Mesamérica on Vimeo.
Hear chefs Tony Mantuano and Mary Sue Milliken talk about how they will approach America Cooks with Chefs: The 800 Calorie Challenge. Listen for a little bravado and bluster as each chef contemplates competitive aspects… (This is a a new joint initiative between the Clinton Foundation and the James Beard Foundation.) Enjoy! Chef’s Challenge from…
http://www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/abitoffryandlaurie/index.shtml Some time between the making of Jeeves & Wooster, Peter’s Friends, and House came a refreshing show called A Bit of Fry and Laurie, starring Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. In the following scene, Fry attempts to make a salad while discussing his latest theatre outings. Enjoy!