Nothing goes better with a movie than dinner (and perhaps vise versa), whichChow Bella
has all figured out.
Dinner and a Movie
pairs all sorts of films with themed recipes each week. And today, they picked
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, starring Tilda Swinton, who falls in love with a chef through, what else, his food.
Chow Bella paired the film with a tempting take on popcorn (this kind comes with rosemary butter, parmesan, tart cherries, and black pepper) and a sage brown butter linguini with egg ... and no, we won't judge if you use cannabutter.
Check out the film and recipe rundown right here.