Lauren Hennessey has always loved to cook and is a proud perfectionist at her job at "Food & Entertainment Magazine's" test kitchen while she dreams of being able to finally afford culinary school in Paris. When her boss offers her a bonus if she agrees to ghostwrite the cookbook of a difficult celebrity chef, Lauren sees her dream becoming a reality as soon as she can tame the notorious bad boy chef in question, Dexter Durant. Slowly peeling back the layers of Dexter's tough-guy persona, she starts seeing a different, vulnerable side to this big-shot chef. Suddenly, their dueling culinary styles become the perfect complement in the kitchen and an attraction between them starts to boil over.
Bakery owner Hannah Swensen just can't keep her hands out of the batter when murder stirs things up in Lake Eden, Minnesota, leaving the sheriff dead, a deputy accused, and a killer on the loose.
A man on deathrow wants to taste "doenjang jjigae" (a spicy Korean bean paste stew) before he dies. Television producer Choi Yu-Jin (Ryoo Seung-Ryong) hears of the inmate and researches his story for an upcoming news report. Choi Yu-Jin then comes across a mysterious woman named Jang Hye-Jin (Lee Yo-Won) who makes doenjang jjigae that brings tears of joy to those who tastes her recipe. As Choi Yu-Jin delves further, he learns of Jang Hye-Jin's heart breaking relationship with Kim Hyun-Soo (Lee Dong-Wook).
A couple is having a wedding anniversary date in their own apartment. He is at the kitchen, concentrated, cooking a heart-shaped chocolate cake, insistently interrupted by their chihuahua dog, which wants him to play fetch with her. Meanwhile, his curvy wife is getting ready: bathing, dressing in her sexiest clothes, and applying make up. Their movements and actions are, without them knowing, synchronized and mimicked by the other, and they lead to the bedroom. What about the dog?!
Rebecca Korda and her two brothers, Sam and Max, are left alone on opening night of their family-owned restaurant.
A famous chef who is tasked with tracking down a 70-year-old missing recipe.
Desperate for cash, a down on his luck party emcee is corrupted by his shameless uncle to steal his grandmother's top secret pickle recipe.
The holiday season is turned upside down for a neophyte food critic JJ (Pope) when her uninhibited mother (Baranski) shows up unannounced. In an attempt to occupy her mom's time, JJ works out a deal with a young chef (Cannavale) that stirs up some matters of the heart.
A widower and his daughter deal with the death of the man's wife.
Komaki is a thirty-something woman that has had it with her perpetually unemployed aspiring writer husband. Following the divorce, she moves back to her Tokyo-area hometown of Kyojima along with her young daughter, Non-chan. However, she has a difficult time making ends meet in big city Tokyo. Her solution? Take a chance and try opening her very own bento (lunch box) shop.
A splendid 10-minute animated film by Sharon Smith. It is an adaptation of a tale by Frank Key. Narrated by Key himself, it has been screened at film festivals and competitions all over the world, including Annecy, Edinburgh, Brazil and last month’s Raindance in London.
Hao's Singaporean restaurant is in danger of going out of business. Hao's grandson, Mark, secretly travels to Shanghai to attend a cooking competition despite his grandfather's wishes for him to become an engineer. Mark takes the place of a contestant who did not show up and must now impress the host, Julia Lee, and her chef husband, David Chen. Chen, who is originally from Singapore and misses his family, eventually learns he is Mark's father.
One fateful dinner party ends in a complicated murder case where Carly Hunter forced to work against both the police and the media. Police Jack Brannigan commissioned to protect her when threats begin to pile up and a fiery unexpected love affair begins.
Early film by Jayne Parker.
Director John Webster convinces his wife and two small children that the whole family should go on an oil diet, yet without having to give up their a middle class suburban lifestyle. All the everyday things that we don't do, or that we can't help doing, make up recipes for disaster. In this comedy of errors they find themselves questioning their values and putting to test their will power and ultimately, their happiness.
"Recipe for Love" is a film about Two women from disparate backgrounds embark upon a journey of self-discovery, passion, and their love of food.Made in San Francisco but with strong Brazilian influences.
Eric Khoo's tv-movie about the relationship between a young girl and her mother with dementia.
A young man encounters the delights, wonders, turmoils, and sorrows of his love life while maintaining his friendships.
A Recipe for the Heart is a 1997 TVB drama series. In 2005, the series aired repeated episodes throughout Monday to Friday at 10:45 AM to 11:45 AM.
Martial Arts Cooking Legend Bistro-Recipe is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoto Tsushima and serialized in Comic BonBon in 1999. It was adapted into an anime television series which aired on NHK BS-2 satellite channel from December 11, 2001 to June 25, 2002. In the United States the anime was dubbed by 4Kids Entertainment in cooperation with Enoki Films; Enoki Films held the license and contracted the dubbing to 4Kids. The anime premiered as Fighting Foodons and it aired on the FoxBox. The Chinese version was premiered as Kung Fu Snacks and it aired on TVB Jade in Hong Kong. It had also aired on Fairchild TV in Canada starting on May 22, 2005. Its English dub theme song is a remix and a redub of Jacques Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld.
A royal-themed food programme celebrating dishes served from the time of George IV to the reign of Elizabeth II.
Sood Sanae Ha is a 2009 Thai lakorn starring Ken Theeradej Wongpuapan and Ann Thongprasom that originally aired on Channel 3.
Combining the good qualities of both Italian and Korean dishes, a character finds success in the restaurant business and even expands the business abroad. Through Soon-Jin’s family, the drama also emphasizes the importance of family in our lives. Unlike a typical Cinderella story, the viewer will witness Soon-Jin using her every effort to become the best. The Story of a Cinderella who doesn’t wait for her Prince Charming. This drama is the story of a woman who chooses to take control in her life instead of waiting for Prince Charming to change her life for her. Oh Soon-Jin. She doesn’t have anything. But she’s always hopeful and confident about herself.And Kang Sae-Han. He has everything that an average person can ask for. But he doesn’t believe in love. This is both their love story and their success tale.
Przepis na życie is a Polish Comedy drama television series produced by Akson Studio for the TVN network. The series was created and written by Polish actress Agnieszka Pilaszewska. The main character is a middle-aged woman whose life changes when her husband leaves her and she loses her job. The only activity that can make her feel better is cooking. This is her passion. The storyline follows her fate, as well as her daughter's and ex-husband's who is now with another woman.
Love Recipe is a 2011 Taiwanese romance drama written by Lu Huixin, Yang Huiwen and directed by Huang Keyi. It stars Kenji Wu, Li Jiaying, Emma Wu, Rhydian Vaughan as the main character in the drama.
Elizabeth David: A Life in Recipes is a 2006 British drama television film directed by James Kent and starring Catherine McCormack, Greg Wise and Karl Johnson. It is a depiction of the life of the cookery writer Elizabeth David. It first aired on the BBC in January 2006.
Ultimate Recipe Showdown is a program which airs on Food Network. The program was originally hosted by Marc Summers and Guy Fieri. As of the second season, Fieri hosts the program alone.
Best Recipes Ever is a Canadian cooking show, which debuted January 4, 2010 on CBC Television. Produced by the CBC in conjunction with Canadian Living magazine, the show was hosted by Kary Osmond until January 2013, when Christine Tizzard took over as host. In each half-hour episode the host demonstrates how to make three dishes, all of which fit a specific theme such as 'Best Comfort Food' or 'Best Middle Eastern Take Out'. Reruns of the show air in the United States on the Live Well Network in selected markets as a digital subchannel.
The Money-Maker Recipe is a TVB modern drama series broadcast in May 2008.
Recipe TV Featuring the World's Greatest Chefs is a syndicated television documentary series directed by Byron Allen. The series is currently in its ninth season.
Recipe for Success is a food reality television series that follows entrepreneurs who trade their jobs in to follow their dreams. On Food Network's Canadian station, it is broadcast on Sundays at 2:30 PM. It uses the same theme song as The Next Food Network Star. It is also a popular TV competition for £1000, in which, a different couple take over a restaurant for two sitting, each day of the working week. They are given a team of professional staff who will work to the amateurs menu's. One amateur takes on the role of Head Chef, while the other takes on the role of front of house manager. On Friday whoever has made the most money wins the money won on each day of that week. Presented by Simon Rimmer.
Recipe to Riches is a Canadian television reality show, in which home cooks from around the country compete to have their recipe become a President's Choice product. Competitors bring their home cooked meal to one of the cross-Canada open casting calls where a panel of judges critique their food based on taste, mass appeal, and marketing potential. In its first two seasons, the show aired on Food Network Canada and Global. It was then picked up by CBC Television for its third season in 2013. The show's host in its first two seasons was former Bachelor Jesse Palmer. Actor Carlo Rota has been announced as the third season host. Judges have included marketing guru Tony Chapman, product development expert Dana McCauley and cookbook author Laura Calder.
My Family Recipe Rocks is a television cooking show hosted by Joey Fatone. The show is produced for Live Well Network by Fresno, California ABC affiliate KFSN-TV.