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by Rayner W. Hesse Jr.,Anthony F. Chiffolo

Download Cooking with the Movies: Meals on Reels eBook
ISBN:
0313350302
Author:
Rayner W. Hesse Jr.,Anthony F. Chiffolo
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Greenwood (August 20, 2010)
Pages:
277 pages
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He is coauthor of Cooking with the Movies: Meals on Reels; Cooking with the Bible: Biblical Food, Feasts, and Lore; and We Thank You, God, for These: Blessings and Prayers for Family Pets. Rayner W. Hesse, Jr. is an Episcopal priest serving a parish in New Rochelle, NY, and the author of Cooking with the Movies: Meals on Reels and Jewelrymaking through History: An Encyclopedia.

Cooking with the Movies recreates featured meals from 14 noted films-includin Food has always been a key ingredient on the big screen, yet no book has ever been devoted to recreating the meals served in famous films.

Food has always been a key ingredient on the big screen, yet no book has ever been devoted to recreating the meals served in famous films. Cooking with the Movies recreates featured meals from 14 noted films-includin Food has always been a key ingredient on the big screen, yet no book has ever been devoted to recreating the meals served in famous films. Now, for film buffs-and anyone else whose mouth has watered over on-screen culinary delights-there is the delicious Cooking with the Movies: Meals on Reels.

Find nearly any book by Anthony F. Chiffolo . Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Anthony F. Chiffolo, Rayner W. Hesse Jr. ISBN 9780313334108 (978-0-313-33410-8) Hardcover, Greenwood, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'Cooking with the Bible: Biblical Food, Feasts, and Lore'. Cooking with the Movies: Meals on Reels.

Posted by Anthony F. Chiffolo and Rayner W. at 5:20 A. They used recipes from our book Cooking with the Movies: Meals on Reels, which features a full chapter on the film Titanic-and we're happy to say, their guests left not a morsel behind! They were good enough to send along photos of their dinner party, and we've provide the recipes below for those readers who wish to try their hands at some Titanic cooking.

Cooking With the Movies: Meals on Reels, by Anthony F. With recipes based on the foods featured in 14 different films, from 1985's Tampopo through 2007's Waitress, this could be the basis for some seriously fun dinner parties

Cooking With the Movies: Meals on Reels, by Anthony F. With recipes based on the foods featured in 14 different films, from 1985's Tampopo through 2007's Waitress, this could be the basis for some seriously fun dinner parties. Culinary Ephemera: An Illustrated History, by William Woys Weaver. I've already told you how much I enjoyed this collection of vintage advertisements, food packaging, menus and tidbits of trivia from culinary history.

Food has always been a key ingredient on the big screen, yet no book has ever been devoted to recreating the meals served in famous films. Cooking with the Movies recreates featured meals from 14 noted films-including Babette's Feast, Big Night, Chocolat, Goodfellas, Tampopo, Titanic, and Tortilla Soup-that span a wide range of cuisines and cultures, from French to Mexican to Japanese.

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Rayner W. and Anthony F. Chiffolo have just the cookbook for you. The two Hartsdale residents have written Cooking With the Bible (Greenwood Press), which is inspired by meals described in the Bible

Rayner W. The two Hartsdale residents have written Cooking With the Bible (Greenwood Press), which is inspired by meals described in the Bible. It is newly released in paperback and filled with 200 recipes put together as 18 meals - 13 from the Old Testament and 5 from the New. For the profligate young man returning after his travels (see Luke 15:11-32), there are veal kebabs and honey-baked goat with mint sauce.

I have more cookbooks. but many do not have recipes on page 17. It's usually some part of an intro to the cookbook. Here is a Page 17 recipe: Bread. Source: Cooking with the Bible by Anthony F. (ISBN 0-313-33410-2). Contributed by Catsrecipes Y-Group. Yield: 12 hearty diagonal slices. 1 package active dry yeast. 1 tsp granulated sugar. 1 cup semolina flour. 2 cups unbleached flour or whole wheat flour.

Cooking with the Movies enables readers to recreate the fabulous meals depicted in 14 all-time favorite "food" films.

• Recipes allow readers to recreate food from the movies

• Illustrations include stills from the movies, as well as photos of each dish

• Numerous sidebars highlight "fun facts" and other entertaining information

  • Shalinrad
"Cooking with the Movies: Meals on Reels" is a unique volume that appeals to movie lovers and food enthusiasts alike. Readers will recognize the classic film scenes that generated these recipes, which the authors have developed and tested, so that readers can create them for themselves. My favorite: the awesome meal from "Big Night." If you have seen the film, you will know right away how authentic the recipes are and want to try them yourself. The results are amazing and delicious. It adds to the enjoyment of the book to read about the films while appreciating the culinary value the famous scenes have for anyone who likes to cook -- and loves the movies. It will definitely impress yous friends and family if you give this book's recipes a try and duplicate these movie meals or mix and match them.
  • Fenrikree
Since I have always been fascinated by the tragic true story of the Titanic, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the actual first class dinner menu on the night it sank and also being able to see recipes and photos for the food that had been on that menu. I found everything extremely interesting and well written.
  • Nargas
We have eaten several of the recipe items from the book and can recommend each one, and have met and eaten with the author !

Go buy this if you enjoy having fun cooking or want to do a movie themed game night. Makes your meals a feature and the recipes are easy to follow
  • Braswyn
Find your favorite movie--Big Night or maybe Titanic--in Meals on Reels by Chiffolo and Hesse. Try some of the fabulous recipes from the movie, and enjoy both together. A great way to learn some new dishes and enjoy an old favorite flick. You can do it over and over again, too.
  • Marilore
I attended the "recipe testing" dinners/events in the very home of the author himself who prepared the dishes himself. It was a very enjoyable, not to mention delicious, experience. The recipes in this book are tried and proven to delight the senses; just ask me -- I've tasted and know.
  • Syleazahad
I find Cooking with the Movies to be a
nostalgic trip down movie memory lane
and the easy recipes great for a fun
theme dinner.