Nothing goes better with a movie than dinner (and perhaps vise versa), which Chow Bella has all figured out.
Dinner and a Movie pairs all sorts of films with themed recipes each week.Today features Cinema Paradiso, written and directed by Guiseppe Tornatore, which Chow Bella paired with pasta with Campari tomatoes, artichokes, and breadcrumbs, a rosemary-scented popcorn with Parmesan and black pepper, and red wine.
Check out the film and recipe rundown right here.
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