"Homely Meals" is an entertainer starring Atlee Srindha Ashab, Manoj K. Jayan, Nedumudi Venu, Kailash, Sudheer Karamana, Joju, Neeraj Madhav and Sijoy Varghese in pivotal roles.
Eight years after a cataclysm and disease ravaged the human race -leaving just one in every ten surviving-, all social structures have crumbled like sand castles. Too still live for anything to have been reconstructed. All remaining animals have been consumed and no sowing has yet been possible. It is Man at his most basic, destitute level.
Yong-hwa (Sang-woo), Marshall (Lee Eun-mi-I), Ddeok-bae (Do Mo-se) and Bang-wool (Park Joo-bin) steal from Chairman Kang and hide out in a pension in the country. They depend on each other and enjoy every day until Ddeok-bae accidentally loses their bag of money and Bang-wool falls ill. Chairman Kang is closing in on them and the four of them use their specific 'techniques' to start a 12 hour adult program. Will they succeed?
Part of BFI collection "Your Children and You."
Food, glorious food! Some of the most sumptuous and involving films revolve around that most common of acts: eating. 18 MEALS is an omnibus film of criss-crossing stories divided into three segments; breakfast, lunch and dinner. Jorge Coira's debut feature, shot over nine days in Santiago de Compostela has enough tasty portions to please audiences. Amongst Coira's expansive ensemble are aging street musician Edu, a pair awaking from a one-night stand, a businessman visiting his closeted homosexual brother and a lonely housewife, Sol. Victor and Sol are two of 18 MEALS' most fascinating characters as they each hide something - his sexuality, her depression - from those around them. Best of all is Pedro Alsono as Vladimir, a local celebrity actor who makes a meal for a mystery woman who never arrives. Who hasn't gone to a lot of trouble to do something extra special for someone just to have it go unappreciated?
Do you remember the last time you've talked to your parents? What did you talk about? Have you gone step further from weather forecast and daily politics? Five years after last gathering, a birthday celebration brings together an ordinary four member family. They start questioning what made them turn away from each other... Can having a conversation about buried family secrets help them eat without cramps in the stomach in the future? Can a failed birthday cake help them overcome the past? Through the ritual of family meals, the film tells how important is for us to feel accepted by our loved ones.
Cousins Thomas and David, owners of a mobile restaurant, team up with their friend Moby, a bumbling private detective, to save the beautiful Sylvia, a pickpocket.
Culinary artist Nomi Shannon shows us how to use nuts and seeds to make hearty entrees and protein-rich meals. Nomi demonstrates how to make nori rolls, stuffed peppers, 'neat-balls' and gravy, Asian pate, chiles rellenos, pâté, loaves and the sun garden burger.
30 Minute Meals is a Food Network show hosted by Rachael Ray. Her first of four shows on Food Network debuted in the fall of 2001. The show specializes in convenience cooking for those with little time to cook. The show is recorded live-to-tape, with Ray doing almost all preparation in real time. The show was awarded an Emmy for Best Daytime Service Show in 2006. A common feature on the program is the creation of new versions of classic dishes, some of which are traditionally slow to cook. Ray focuses on creating meals in less than 30 minutes. Ray has also done two specials with the title Thanksgiving in 60, based around the idea of a one-hour Thanksgiving dinner. Each episode Ray opens the show by saying "Hi there, I'm Rachael Ray and I make 30-minute meals. Now that means in the time it takes you to watch this program, I will have made a delicious and healthy meal from start to finish."
Three Meals a Day is a South Korean reality/cooking show, in which celebrities are chosen to live for three days a week in a rural setting. They are required to use their own means to find food for and prepare three meals a day.
Building on the success of Jamie's 30 Minute Meals, this show squeezes the cooking process even further, with each half hour episode featuring two delicious, nutritious, super-fast family meals back-to-back. So even if you're rushed off your feet at work, there's no excuse for not giving these meals a go.
Jamie's 30-Minute Meals is a series of 40 episodes aired in 2010 on Channel 4 in which Jamie Oliver cooks a three- to four-dish meal in under 30 minutes.
Three Meals a Day: Gochang Village is a South Korean variety/cooking show in which celebrities live in rural Gochang Village. With the theme "self-sustaining organic life," they must find their own food and prepare three meals a day.
Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village is a South Korean variety/cooking show in which celebrities live in a rural fishing village. They must catch food for and prepare three meals a day.
Not My Mama's Meals is a Cooking Channel series hosted by Bobby Deen, which debuted on January 4, 2012. In the series, Bobby Deen takes inspiration from his mother Paula's recipes, reworking them into healthier versions reducing fat and calorie content. Clips from Paula Deen's various Food Network series are commonly shown with limited nutritional information to contrast with that of Bobby Deen's preparation, which is filmed on location at his New York City apartment. Paula Deen appears as well, typically from her Savannah home, trying samples of her son's reworked dishes.
Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller is an American television program on the Food Network hosted by Robin Miller. Robin Miller who is a food writer and nutritionist, offers recipes and techniques specifically healthy meals, to fit a busy lifestyle, with no time to spare. Miller guides viewers on getting food on the table every night, with the planning strategies she offers on the show. On each episode she offers a shopping list so you can visit the supermarket once, and get the meal done right and quick.
Explore the relationship of two people as they go from being “just acquaintances” to “a genuine couple” — Yoon Jin Ah, a coffee shop supervisor in her 30s, and Seo Joon Hee, a designer at a video game company who has just returned from working abroad.