“To eat good food is to be close to God.”

Thanks to The Paupered Chef for linking to this gorgeous piece about food in film up at the Museum of the Moving Image site.  It’s from November and has a Thanksgiving theme, but the writing and accompanying montage from films (about 15 minutes) work anytime.

It makes me simultaneously want to rewatch Big Night, cook something elaborate, and make a film where people cook elaborate things.

P.S. A friend borrowed my camera this week, so I couldn’t take pictures of the Italian sausages, marinara, and fresh orecchiette from Bari that I made for dinner last night, but believe me, you want to go to there.

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