Cinecibo – What’s Your Favorite Food Moment in Film?

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This post is not the most original in the blogosphere, but, it’s close to my heart.  Cibo=Italian for “food”, Cine=Italian for “cinema” or “movies” and I like to dub this post Cinecibo!

We have many, many favourite food moments in film history from obvious to not-so-much.  But today, we’d like to hear about yours.  Clearly, the timpane from “Big Night“, everything in “Chocolat“, the dinner table scenes in “Eat, Drink, Man, Woman”, the sexy lobster scene in “Flashdance“, the unforgettable food scene in “9 1/2 Weeks“…oh, we could go on and on, but we want to save some for you!

And now, a behind-the-scenes look at our very favorite food scene in a film, as we cannot find the actual scene (Thomas Keller originated it, you know!)  Be sure to stay until the end for the recipe:

About lseccuro

As a mom, lifestyle expert, surfer and event planner, I love to discover the next uber-cool thing! Whether it's a shoe, a wine, a food, a photographer, a designer, a blog, a flower or a travel spot, you can find me trolling for it! I also like to blog about the kids and how running a household like this keeps me grounded. I love all things beautiful, but mostly Mr. F4 and the little ones, Ava and Leo. Things I love: sparkly anything, homecooked meals, snowy white sheets, holidays, photography, monograms, antique silver, reading everything I can get my hands on, Pilates, learning anything new, antiquing, gardening, collecting cookbooks and shoes, mixing slouchy sofas w/ sleek chairs, collecting china, the beach, Ruzzetti & Gow seashells, seersucker, Sharpies, Chanel lipgloss, counting my blessings. Drop me an email or a comment and I look forward to meeting you!

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