Love and Linguini: Dinner and A Movie
Staying in? We've got you covered -- both on the culinary and entertainment fronts. Now presenting Dinner and a Movie -- a guide to a do it yourself evening of food and film.
Film: I Am Love (2009)
Popcorn Alternative: Popcorn with Rosemary Butter, Parmesan, Tart Cherries, and Black Pepper
Entrée: Sage Brown Butter Linguini with Egg
Beverage: Frisky Lemon Sparkler
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Film Breakdown: Directed by Luca Guadagnino, I Am Love (2009)
about mortally, repressed passion, love, and longing. Tilda Swinton delivers an amazing performance as a wealthy woman, confined by her marriage and successful family. She is wooed by a chef through his food. The food is stunning and the clothes are gorgeous. Stream it on Netflix.
Make it a double feature: Cinema Paradiso (1988) Crafted like a love letter to the art of cinema, this film centers around an middle-aged film maker's childhood love of film and his memories of his job as the projectionist in small theater in post WWII Italy.
Popcorn with Rosemary Butter, Parmesan, Tart Cherries, and Black Pepper
water into the pan and simmer for a minute. Add the pasta and coat with the sauce. Once plated, place egg on top and garnish with shredded parmesan, toasted walnuts, and cracked pepper.
Frisky Lemon Sparkler
Pour Limoncello with sparkling water or 7Up and garnish with a twist.
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