Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|She's the One / Simply Irresistible|
Actors: Edward Burns, Jennifer Aniston, John Mahoney, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Sean Patrick Flanery
Directors: Edward Burns, Mark Tarlov
Genres: Comedy, Drama
No Description Available. Genre: Feature Film-Comedy Rating: UN Release Date: 5-DEC-2006 Media Type: DVD
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Caramel Iced Eclairs
Rebecca Johnson | Washington State | 02/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Review for Simply Irresistible
A good cook is like a sorceress who dispenses happiness." ~Elsa Schiaparelli
Sarah Michelle Gellar's softer side appears as she picks up the batterie de cuisine and tackles saving a restaurant from certain death. When it looks like Amanda's career is about to end as a chef, an angel appears in her life and gives her some sage advice about looking for a door that will open when another one closes. As the chef of a failing 70 year-old restaurant, the Southern Cross, she only has her loyal clientele who are not there for the food.
To say she is adorable as a chef is an understatement. She appears in a variety of fashionable outfits and weaves a sweet innocent spell on the viewer. Worth watching to see Sarah dressed up in a variety of outfits and different hairstyles.
There are also scenes of outdoor markets, beautiful orchids and of course restaurant scenes, Sarah shopping, cooking and crawling about on the floor chasing after magical crabs all to romantic music.
Instead of slaying vampires, "Buffy" bewitches Tom Bartlett (Sean Patrick Flanery) and entices love right into her life through cooking a variety of gourmet dishes. If every man has his weakness, Tom's weakness is luscious cuisine.
"She can cook things that make you crazy." ~Tom
As every kitchen sorceress has discovered, the right food can create the right mood and can invite happiness and love into your life. I loved the dance scene and the scene where Tom and Amanda disappear into the scented mist. This movie emphasizes the aphrodisiac qualities of food.
Amanda Shelton (Sarah) only discovers her true cooking talents after meeting Tom. At first she seems unaware of her current fate while Tom seems to be trying to control his fate. He is disturbed by his lack of emotional control and when he falls "in love" with Amanda, his world seems to be spinning out of control.
"My whole life was ordinary and then we met and these amazing things started to happen." ~Amanda
Is it love that makes Amanda a better cook and makes her cooking taste even better to Tom? Are their senses in a state of heightened awareness from the chemicals rushing through their bodies or is there magic floating about? Once she finds a recipe for caramel eclairs, Tom is even more attracted to her.
There are very few movies about cooking or chefs so this one is a treat. Tear drops in the food reminded me of Like Water for Chocolate. The emotions Amanda feels are somehow magically mixed into the food she is cooking. Either the dishes make people cry, stun them or make them lose their inhibitions. She seems to have a magical gift for culinary creations that have an effect on anyone who consumes them.
After watching this movie you may want to feed your lover oranges, invest in some expensive vanilla extract, get lost in a kiss or cook up some bliss. If you are looking for the best vanilla for your cooking, Bourbon-Madagascar vanilla is superior.
Deliciously cute, silly spells, sweet innocent love and a few hot and steamy kissing scenes in the kitchen. For romantics and lovers of kitchens and cuisine. Almost a culinary Cinderella story.
You might enjoy these books:
The Seduction Cookbook by Diane Brown (Baked Salmon with Raspberry Cabernet Sauce, ideas for late night seduction snacks and information on growing an erotic herb garden.)
A Passionfruit Cookbook by Patrick Jesse Pons-Worley (The flavor of passion fruit is so seductive and exotic.)
Written with a Spoon (Poetry and Recipes)
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids by Alec Pridgeon
The Edible Flower Garden by Rosalind Creasy
InterCourses: An Aphrodisiac Cookbook (The "Fig Pastries" are decadent and naughty.)
Movies with Food Themes:
Like Water for Chocolate
Scent of Green Papaya
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
~The Rebecca Review
P.S. If you need a recipe for the caramel iced eclairs to entice someone with see the comments section for the link. I can't believe they didn't publish a cookbook to go with this movie, they still should!
S. L. Stroh | Utica, Mi | 10/09/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Simply was a great movie! She's the one was good too. Great value for 2 movies!!!"