At the Dinner Table: Burnt At the Dinner Table: Burnt
The dinner table; a place for families, friends, acquaintances, and strangers to meet and break bread, settle business deals, discuss the days behind, and the d ...

At the Dinner Table: Burnt
At the Dinner Table / Film / Food
Eat & Watch: Vanilla Angel Cake with Cinnamon Coffee Drizzle & Groundhog Day Eat & Watch: Vanilla Angel Cake with Cinnamon Coffee Drizzle & Groundhog Day
Culinary Details: Groundhog Day DVD, Angel Cake Pan, Hand Mixer Tomorrow is Groundhog Day, and while it may not be a widely celebrated holiday, it’s a fun one ...

Eat & Watch: Vanilla Angel Cake with Cinnamon Coffee Drizzle & Groundhog Day
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Eat & Watch: Pink Chocolate Strawberry Breakup Truffles & Legally Blonde Eat & Watch: Pink Chocolate Strawberry Breakup Truffles & Legally Blonde
Culinary Details: Legally Blonde DVD, Freeze Dried Strawberries, Baking Dish, Melon Baller When I first watched Legally Blonde in 2001, I was charmed by its li ...

Eat & Watch: Pink Chocolate Strawberry Breakup Truffles & Legally Blonde
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Eat & Watch Film Food Recipes

Eat & Watch: Lamb Lollipops with Homemade Mint Pesto & Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

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Culinary Details: Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore DVD, Food Processor, Non-Stick Roast Pan Martin Scorsese films tend to be intense stories filled with drama. Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore is no exception. The movie stars Ellyn Burstyn – who won an Oscar for this role – as Alice, a recently widowed mother who finds a way to …

Eat & Watch Film Food Recipes

Eat & Watch: Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes & Dead Poets Society

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Culinary Details: Dead Poets Society DVD, Bamboo Cutting Board, Crock-Pot Slow Cooker, KitchenAid Hand Held Mixer When I watched the classic film Dead Poets Society a couple of months ago, I couldn’t help but notice the scene where Mr. Keating, the character played by Robin Williams, helps himself to a mountain of freshly whipped mashed potatoes. When I think …