Celebrate Thanksgiving with some food porn (not that kind)

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“The Chef” (2014): Jon Favreau’s independent film tells the story of a chef who returned to his hometown of Miami to open a food truck after a failure in Los Angeles, co-starring some gourmet food. Here are some other delicious movies featuring food:

More and more people are cooking at home these days, although it may not be like the spread in the 1987 movie, “Babette’s feast.” Stéphane Audran plays Babette Hersant in this guilty decadent movie, telling the story of a French woman who took advantage of her windfall to host a wonderful dinner.

“Soul Food” (1997): Vanessa L. Williams, Irma P. Hall and Vivica A. Fox starred in this family drama, about a close family who loves cooking as much as eating at a family dinner on Sunday.

“Burning” (2015): Bradley Cooper plays a troubled chef seeking salvation in this delicious movie.

“A Hundred Chi Journey” (2014): Manish Dayal plays Hassan Kadam, a young aspiring chef whose family restaurant directly competes with a famous French restaurant nearby.

“Big Night” (1996): Abondanza! This movie starring Marc Anthony, Tony Shalhoub and Minnie Driver is full of carbohydrates and involves a closed Italian restaurant that can be turned around in one night.

“Eat and Drink Men and Women” (1994): Before “Brokeback Mountain”, Ang Lee co-authored and directed a mouth-watering story about a Chinese chef who lost his taste in Taiwan and still cooked for his three daughters. This movie is starring Long Shixiong and Wu Jianlian.

“Tortilla Soup” (2001): Jacqueline Obradors, Tamara Melo, and Elizabeth Pena starred in this film adapted from Ang Lee’s “The Woman Who Eats, Drinks, and Plays”. In this version, the chef is Mexican and has to deal with the merits of his three daughters.

“Fast Food” (1989): Kevin McCarthy (Kevin McCarthy) is one of the actors in this comedy about sex drugs mixed with the secret sauce of the burger restaurant.

“The cook, the thief, his wife and her lover” (1989): Michael Gangben plays a thief in this crime drama about a gangster who takes over a French restaurant.

“The Grande Bouffe” also known as “La Grande Bouffe” (1973): Andrea Ferreol and Philippe Noiret star in this smorgasbord of food and sex, about a group of men hiring prostitutes on weekend trips with the goal of devouring themselves to death.

“Side Side” (2004): Yes, there is a lot of wine in this movie starring Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church, but you have to have food to pair all of them, right? ?

“Chocolate” (2000): When a single mother moved to the city and opened a delicious candy store, a small French village didn’t know how it was hit. The film is starring Juliet Binoche and Madame Judy Dench.

“Rattoula” (2007): This animated film about a rat that can cook has an all-star lineup that includes Patton Oswalt and Peter O’Toole.

“Taste Matters” also known as “Gout Matters” (1999): Jean Pierre Lorit (Jean Pierre Lorit) plays a waiter who has established a close friendship with a wealthy businessman.

“Mainly Martha” (2001): Martina Gedeck and Sergio Castellitto star in this romantic film about a female chef who must adjust herself after gaining custody of her young niece Workaholic way.

“No Reservations” (2007): After Aaron Eckhart and Catherine Zeta-Jones became guardians of a young relative, her life changed. This is a remake of the German film “Mainly Martha”.

“Spanish Style” (2004): The movie starring Adam Sandler and Paz Vega tells the story of a single Mexican mother who moved in to work as a chef and his wife’s housekeeper.

“Tambo” (1985): This Japanese comedy starring Watanabe Ken and Otomo Ryutaro is very popular among ramen soup fans.

“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (2005): The gluttonous Augustus Glupp (played by Philip Wigratz) falls into the Chocolate River, while others watch this remake of the classic childhood story starring Johnny Depp.

“Julie and Julia” (2009): Blogger Julie Powell (played by Amy Adams) tries to copy the recipe of Julia Child (Meryl Streep, pictured).

“Eat Prayer Love” (2010): Julia Roberts seeks tranquility abroad in this ode to self-discovery based on Elizabeth Gilbert’s book.

“Ramen Girl” (2009): Brittany Murphy plays an American who goes to Japan to learn to cook noodles.

“Mystery Pizza” (1988): The young Annabeth Gish, Lily Taylor and Julia Roberts starred in this adult drama about a group of girls working in a pizzeria.

Haute cuisine “AKA “Les Saveurs du Palais” (2012): Based on the true story of Danièle Delpeuch, when the first female chef was appointed to serve the French president, the situation was quite different.


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