10 Recipes Inspired By Our Favorite Wedding Flicks
Wedding season is in full swing, and we’re falling in love with all of our favorite wedding flicks again. Because movies are always better with food, we’re dishing some movie-inspired recipes.
Though Shelby’s wedding is beautiful and perfectly pink, there is one detail she is not too happy about: the groom’s cake. But, we’re sure the armadillo-shaped red velvet cake coated in gray icing is more delicious than it is appealing.
Father of the Bride
George Banks is having a hard time getting on board with his daughter’s wedding plans and suggests a backyard barbecue wedding reception complete with his “famous guacamole.”
For this film, we’re serving up classic Maryland Crab Cakes because, according to the movie, “Crab cakes and football — that’s what Maryland does!”
The Wedding Singer
In this movie, Rosie pays Robie (the wedding singer) in meatballs, and when he requests his payment to go, Rosie just plops a meatball in each of his hands and insists he takes a bite
My Best Friend's Wedding
This film opens with a scene of a frantic restaurant kitchen preparing a veal dish for food critic Julianne Potter. After tasting the dish, Potter says she’s “writing it up as inventive and confident.”
From 27 Dresses, we learn that you’re never too old to enjoy a stack of pancakes decorated with fruit smiley faces.
After a rough day, Annie retreats to the comfort of her kitchen to flawlessly prepare a single cupcake to indulge in.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
A favorite food moment in this film is when Toula’s crazy aunt tells Ian’s parents a gruesome tale and ends it by offering the couple a platter of spanakopita.
It Takes Two
In this movie, the Olsen twins not only team up to prevent a wedding, but one also enjoys a “big, gooey messy burger” for the first time.
Sweet Home Alabama
In this Southern wedding flick, Melanie claims her mother (Pearl) “makes the best jam in 3 counties.” When Pearl is making jam, she comforts Melanie by saying: “Spoiled’s in the eye of the beholder … like these plums here. Some people might call them “spoiled” but I think that these almost-ruined ones, sometimes make the sweetest jam.”