About This BlogFoodies at the Movies was created so that I could share my passion for food and film with anyone who cares to read. I claim to be a movie buff, and yet, I somehow have missed seeing a lot of good movies in my years, so that's what I'm doing now! Each week, I'll watch a different movie that I've never seen and cook a dish that I've never made before. But that's not all, I critique both the movie AND the food! I also try to be creative and tie the movie and dish together in some way or another. Anyway, I hope you like it, and comments and follows are always appreciated! Enjoy the show!
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Hi everyone! Now that it’s officially been a month since my last post, I’m back with a slew of movie reviews! I haven’t posted in so long, because of the holidays and a lack of creativity and money, so I … Continue reading
Hello everybody! I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! I know I did, and I made something great for one of my Friendsgiving gatherings which gave me great ideas for this post! This recipe is one that I really … Continue reading
Hi everyone! So I skipped a week, and there was really no reason for it other than the fact that school and work are starting to get hectic. So, sorry to everyone that tries to keep up with me. Because … Continue reading
Hello all! This will be my last post before Halloween, so I decided to do something a little less traditional. Since Halloween’s all about tricks and treats, I thought why not focus on sweets. The movie I watched this weekend … Continue reading
Hello, everyone! It’s getting closer and closer to Halloween, so I figured I could focus more on a horror movie theme for this post and next week’s. This weekend I went and saw Dracula Untold and, after tossing around several … Continue reading
Hi everyone! I’m excited to share my reflections on this weekend’s dinner and a movie with you, but this weekend was a really busy one and I didn’t have any good ideas about what to make or what to watch. … Continue reading
Hello all! This weekend’s dinner and a movie pick was Danny Boyle’s 1996 movie, Trainspotting, paired with Scotch eggs. I’ve been wanting to do this meal for a while, thanks to Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations and Mind of a Chef. … Continue reading