We spoke to the filmmaker behind the project
The competitive cooking comedy comes to theaters in November—after 10 years
Why Angela Mao left a career in film for food
And how to make it yourself
Or heard, rather
Let's play "match the dish with the movie"
You're in good company, 'Sausage Party'
Why 'The Founder' fails as a parable of capitalist hunger
Why the 1996 Stephen Chow cooking comedy should be more well-known
Unearth ‘Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers’, a love letter to the stinking rose of vegetables
'The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, & Her Lover' makes a restaurant a site of horror
The scene that lingers most from Stanley Tucci's 1996 masterwork
A moment of fatherly affection in the 1994 classic
A moment of sacrifice and generosity in this 1987 classic
The 'Queen of Indian Cooking' is resolute about pursuing her life's labor of love
A restoration of the 1985 Japanese classic starts tonight at Film Forum
The film that reflects his genius in full
Director David Gelb on what's just off camera.
An Oscar-nominated menu.
A long time ago in a kitchen far, far away...
Andy Weir, author of The Martian, shares the food Mark Watney (his protagonist) most craved on Mars—and why potatoes made the ideal crop.
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