Babette's Feast, winner of an Oscar for best foreign film, is one of favorite foreign film of all times. The cinematography is exceptional and acting and script is just fantastic. Babette, a French woman, shows up at a small Dutch village and seeks refuge. When they take her in, she prepares a feast that is beyond anyone has seen before. The poignant storyline really touches your heart and you appreciate the characters as you journey through the movie. Excellent.
Babettes Feast: Quail in Puff Pastry Recipe | SAVEUR. Babette’s Feast: Quail in Puff Pastry Almost impossibly expensive and difficult to re-create, the title meal in Babette's Feast was a grand gesture of gratitude. Molly O'Neill, writing for the New York Times, simplified the movie's main dish so that a home cook could relish the experience. http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/5670-babettes-cailles-en-sarcophage
Cauliflower shawarma, pomegranate, tahini and pine nuts - This recipe for cauliflower shawarma, pomegranate, tahini and pine nuts comes from Berber and Q in East London. Serving cauliflower whole like this, fresh from the BBQ is inspired, particularly, when it's smothered in shawarma butter. Serve this by itself, or as a side dish.