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The blogs regularly feature recipes from food films. We have collected them here.

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WITH 10 DISHES AND 10 FILMS IN THE NEXT 10 DAYS

We will take a break from our take aways for the next two weeks, so that we can cook in the kitchen ourselves! But don't worry: here is a ten-day advent calendar with heart-warming films on (the old-fashioned) TV, with which you can get through the days cooking up a film.

KITCHEN STORIES

Kitchens in films tell the story in their own way. Five cuisines from famous films and their meaning.

BITTERSWEET TOAST

Toast is the story of Nigel Slater, English top chef. An introduction to his life story and English cuisine.

THE ART OF NOT-EATING

It is certainly not easy for actors to act, to talk and to have a tasty meal at the same time. These are the six tricks.

THE CHEF BEHIND CHEF: ROY CHOI

One of the things that made Chef a pleasantly digestible food film is the delicious food. So let's take a look at what really happened behind the scenes. Because not many (other) food films capture the kitchen atmosphere as well as Chef.

I’LL HAVE WHAT SHE’S HAVING

The scene and setting are world famous: Sally (Meg Ryan) pretends to have an orgasm in the middle of Katz's Delicatessen and a woman sitting at a table next to them makes one of the greatest movie quotes ever; "I'll have what she's having."
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