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📙 A Chef's Table: Food & Film, February 19, 2009 by Jim Coleman, narrator none


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There's food and then there's film. And what happens when you put the two of them together? Today's show is all about the marriage of food and movies. We'll get the inside scoop and talk to restaurateur and former actor Pino Luongo. Thomas Keller stops by to talk about consulting on food movies. Then, Michael Pollen sets the scene for a documentary that follows a corn kernel from seed to plate. Plus cocktails inspired by a director, the culture of popcorn, and healthy candy choices at the theater. [Broadcast Date: February 19, 2009] Want more A Chef's Table? Get the latest edition. Check out the complete archive. (P) and © 2009 WHYY

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