17 Famous Movie Foods You Wish You Could Eat Right Now
People love movies, I don't think there is one person out there who doesn't. It's always fun to dream of trying things from your favourite movies, so here are 17 Famous Movie Foods You Wish You Could Eat Right Now! It's always so fun to see the food and snacks in movies and imagine what it would taste like, like the butter beer in Harry Potter for example! It might taste like a mix of root beer and buttery caramel. This article will spark your imagination and your tasting senses. So have some fun looking through them and maybe even even make some of them to try yourself!
This cute article goes through all the pros and cons of eating the famous foods movie foods, and it is pretty funny all the way through! They are not actual things you can buy or anything, but you can always try and make them yourself. The poison apple from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves definitely looks the least appealing, I mean, it's poison after all! Who would voluntarily eat that knowing it was poison?! I can say that the pizza from Home Alone always looked soooo appetizing and left me wanting some delicious thin crust cheese and pepperoni pizza.
Julia Child's Boeuf à la Bourguignonne, from Julie and Julia looks amazing, and I don't even like beef that much! The only thing is it takes a lot of time and patience to make. Also, the spaghetti and syrup meal from the Elf movie, does sound like it might taste ok, but then when he mushed all of the other candy and stuff into it, that is way too much for my taste buds! Wouldn't it be wonderful to try the The White Witch’s Turkish Delight from the The Chronicles of Narnia? You can actually try Turkish Delight and pretend!
One of the animated movies you will see is Ratatouille about a rat who has a love of gourmet cooking and food, yes you heard that right a rat! This rat is a master chef, and he makes a ratatouille recipe to die for. The movie really does make you feel like getting into the kitchen and making up a batch of your own of the colorful recipe. This recipe is all about seasonal vegetables, and once you put them all together you have a dish that is not only beautiful but tastes of the harvest of the season. Some of the ingredients you will need for this recipe include yellow onion sliced, minced garlic, chopped sun dried tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, chopped fresh thyme, freshly ground black pepper, aubergine sliced, courgette sliced, yellow squash sliced and plum tomatoes sliced. To start toss the onion, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, and some of the olive oil, some of the fresh thyme, some salt and a couple grinds of pepper in a microwave safe 9 inch pie dish. Cover with a piece of wax paper. Microwave the dish on high until the onions are soft and translucent. While the onions cook, toss the aubergine, courgette and yellow squash slices with some of the remaining olive oil, the remaining thyme, some salt and a few turns of black pepper in a large bowl.
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