15 Recipes Inspired By Vintage Movies
Eat along with these classic movies.
Though Breakfast at Tiffany’s isn’t a full-feature film about the most important meal of the day (wouldn’t that be a great flick?), it does start off with a breakfast scene. Whether you’re eating a Danish outside of a jewelry store or in your kitchen, this breakfast pastry is a real treat.
Rick served all kinds of cocktails at his Moroccan nightclub, Rick’s Café Americain. One of the most intriguing was the French 75, a relatively new drink created in WWI. This champagne cocktail is made with lemon juice and gin. Try the classic French 75 or our other favorite champagne cocktail.
If Forrest Gump taught us anything, it’s that “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” There will be good times and bad times (and hopefully lots of chocolate along the way).
We don’t wonder why crisp apple strudels are among Maria’s favorite things. They’re sweet and delicious!
Who could forget when Kathy, played by Debbie Reynolds, jumped out of a huge tiered cake in Singing in the Rain? Our pink and white layered cake isn’t as big, but at least you don’t have to worry about someone hiding in it.
There are lots of unexpected events in The Wizard of Oz. For one, when Dorothy tries to pick an apple off a tree, why, the tree attacks her! Lucky for her, the Scarecrow steps in and tricks the tree into giving them a little snack. Try dipping your easily-picked apples in this peanut butter dip. Yum!
As you’re immersed in the sights and sounds of Paris while watching this musical sensation, treat yourself to a taste of Parisian cuisine. Whether it’s a French baguette, crepes or this French onion soup, it’s sure to be “magnifique!”
It was the early 1900s and…people made their own ketchup! It’s hard to believe there was a time when ketchup didn’t come in little packets, but people actually made their very own. Mr. Smith liked his sweet, but we recommend trying our spicy version.
While in Rome, Princess Ann abandons her royal duties and indulges in a day of freedom with an American reporter. Of course, one of the first things she decides to do is get a bite of gelato because, when in Rome…
There’s no rivalry here…we love Puerto Rican food! The Sharks would be all over our Puerto Rican chicken. It’s a family heirloom recipe.