here are list foods mentioned in movies and the movies.
chicken pepperoni :"Seems Like Old Times".
Chicken Maryland :"Christmas in Connecticut".
feel free to add to the list!
Liver with fava beans and a nice Chianti
"I'll have what she's having" When Harry Met Sally (referring to a turkey sandwich, but not really)
John, I think that one doesn't need an explanation.
Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Pulp Fiction
Kraby Patty=Sponge Bob the Movie
Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
I always wanted to try chicken pepperoni. Lol!
We're having "floating island" -- from Desk Set.
Fried Green Tomatoes
Anything in Big Night
In the movies and scripted TV I've seen recently, where they're cooking, no matter what it is, I keep wanting to shout, "You're doing it wrong!" These characters are supposed to be professional cooks or bakers, but couldn't stir their ways out of paper bags!
Like Water for Chocolate
Fried peppers and onions when they "went to the blankets" in the Godfather
Oh and beof bourguinon in Julie and Julia
rokeg blood pie .... Worf's favorite Klingon food in Star Trek
In The Thin Man movie where Myrna Loy wakes up William Powell and asks if he wants scrambled eggs. ( He didn't, but got up to make them for her )
Meryl Streep and Steve Martin baking croissants in "It's Complicated" while stoned.
Well, maybe not about a certain dish, but Julie and Julia
re: when Harry Met Sally -
It looked like corned beef to me!
Perogies in Men In Black. They never got to eat them because the bug did them in before they got the chance.
Schnitzel Gruben in Blazing Saddles
Beans in Blazing Saddles
Shellfish in Annie Hall
That caviar is a garnish! And I hope your mango is ripe. From You've got mail.
Cooking and slicing garlic with a razor blade while in prison in Goodfellas.
Scarlett O'Hara radish Gone with the Wind.
Hard boiled eggs in “Cool Hand Luke”.
The carrots in "It happened One Night",
Christmas Story -
The Bumpus Hounds eat the Thanksgiving Turkey and Ralphie and his family have to go out for Chinese Food.
Old Man, you give those dogs another piece of my food......
Lady and the Tramp
Camel's Hump from Rush Hour!
Tofu cake and Tofu ice cream in Two Weeks Notice.
Chicken good! (The 5th Element)
Oh, Linda, it wasn't the beef bourguinon in Julie and Julia -- it was the bruschetta! Craved it. Every. Single. Time!
Silence Of The Lambs?
mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich ... princess bride
Fried chicken in Green Book.
Kenichi and black salad from Barefoot in the Park. :)
Hostess Sno ball in Animal House that John Belushi started the cafeteria food fight with.
In Blackadder: "Would you like some ..."
Also in Christmas in Connecticut, "good old Irish stew", until a hefty dash of paprika: "now it's goulash!"
Plain rice, whale soup, and sashimi in Kubo and the Two Strings
"Good-bye, love; Hello, pop-tarts" First Wives Club
"The secret of life…is butter" Last Holiday (the Queen Latifah version)
Ortolans in Gigi (but they didn't eat them the right way)
Clueless, when Cher tried to bake cookies and they burned. "Oh Honey, you baked."
Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory!
Hereafter, where Matt Damon and Bryce Dallas Howard are in a cooking class: tasting foods, chopping tomatoes.
Burnt - Bradley Cooper as a chef. Does this one count?
In Lassie Come Home, Joe asks his mother if they could have a "roast o' beef" for dinner. As a child I always thought that sounded so intriguing, and wondered if it was different--better!-- than just "roast beef". Also, wondered what Yorkshire Pudding was and why they wouldn't have it for dessert!
Regular grits. My cousin Vinnie. :)
Is ice a "food"? The scene in Grumpier Old Men while Raquel Welch runs the ice cube down her neck...
There was also that ice cube scene in 9 1/2 weeks, but some honey was also present there.
Oh, and since he just died this week, the famous eating scene in Tom Jones with Albert Finney.
And the ratatouille in Ratatouille.
Memorable foods in movies?
How about the noodles in "Tampopo"?
And the "meal" Katherine Hepburn makes at the end of "Woman of the Year"?
And Joan Crawford's chicken in "Mildred Pierce?
And this one makes me hungry just to think of it:
Meat Pies, Sweeney Todd. "Have a little priest"
Back to the Future - When Marty McFly cannot get a Tab or a Pepsi free in the cafe.
a chicken salad sandwich in five easy pieces.
I'll have some toasted white bread please.
Bring me four fried chickens and a Coke.
Rocky - Stallone drinking raw eggs. Ewww.
omg, how could I forget the scene where they fry rice sticks/noodles in The Four Seasons?! I used to make a Mongolian Beef recipe w/ fried rice sticks, but haven't been able to find hot bean paste locally in forever. A friend told me to try a certain chili bean paste from Amazon and it just arrived. I need to make some mongolian beef! :)
Cindy_7, that's another from Christmas in Connecticut: "A looovely raw egg floatin' in your milk". For a movie about about a gal who can't cook, there sure is a lot of food in it!
The one that I mainly remember is a not too well known movie called "Fatso" about a man who loved to cook and eat and had a bad weight problem. The scene where he and some other guys were having a group therapy meeting about their problem and they started talking about food, more and more and all of a sudden there was this hilarious scene where they had gotten all together in one of their kitchens and were having this humongous cooking and eating orgy, it was just too funny. It starred Dom DeLuis.
The gorgeous breakfast Whoopi Goldberg cooked in The Color Purple.
Ripe plums. Pickles. Crossing Delancy.
Eggs w/ untoasted toast -- and tuna with mayo already in the can. Night Shift.
and egg salad sandwich with mustard on it!
Fried Green Tomatoes (Served Hot) at the Whistle Stop Cafe! Secret's in the sauce, or so I've been told ;).
Mrs. Doubtfire burning the first dinner and spending a small fortune on a fine-dining restaraunt (and the climax birthday dinner scene where all is revealed).
Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?: Jane's lunch specials for Blanche.
The Witches of Eastwick: Have another cherry.
Pippi Longstocking cooking pancakes.
Lucy cooking herself and Desi eggs in The Long, Long Trailer.
The Harvey Girls. "One steak, very rare."
Brad AKA Moonwolf
You do need to bop on over to YouTube and watch Binging with Babish videos. Not all of his recipes are centered around movies/TV, but he's rather a hoot to watch. (The "Basics" recipes are not centered around movies, but nearly all the others are.)
Chilled Monkey Brains from one of the Indiana Jones movies lol
Boiling lobsters in Annie Hall.
The $5 milkshake in Pulp Fiction.
And speaking of milkshakes, when Margo makes the milkshake comment about what drink Eve will want in All About Eve. Not to mention the candy she picks up a few times before eating. And that great line, "Remind me to tell you about the time I looked into the heart of an artichoke."
The pie in The Help.
Food Fight in Animal House!
Amarillo cake in Steel Magnolias.
Black Russians in The Big Lebowski.
Bundt cake in My Big Fat Greek Wedding.