Fresh off of co-hosting P.S. I Love Hoffman, Kyle Reinfried, your chef de cinema cuisine, will be serving course after course of delectable episodes. Each Wednesday, Kyle sits down with a special guest(s) to discuss the wide world of food while also highlighting a specific food film. To borrow a line from a famous food scene, "Be Our Guest!"
100th Episode (Holiday Hiatus)
On this episode Kyle is a la carte in celebrating the 100th episode of Foodie Films! He reminisces of past episodes and guests, how Foodie Films came to be, future plans and goals for the podcast, some Christmas food scenes, and much more!
First Cut: Michael Casalinho
Kyle is joined by chef and restauranteur, Michael Casalinho. They talk about Michael’s restaurants Broa and his latest one Tamborim, creating authentic Portuguese and Brazilian cuisine, following your dream and never giving up, some classic Tom Cruise films, and much more!
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
Kyle is rejoined by friend and Wes Anderson film lover, Brian Wadsworth. They catch up, talk more about Philly’s foodie scene, Kyle shares his Bill Murray story, how this film is a great adaptation of a children’s book meant for every age group, how it might be Wes Anderson’s most Wes Andersony film, and much more!
First Cut: Michael Conrad Tavarez
Kyle is joined by Michael Conrad Tavarez, owner of Picadera Latin Street Food. They discuss; growing up in Long Island, becoming a DJ, his move to Dallas, Texas, some food adventures, making the decision to start Picadera, and much more!
Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
Kyle is joined yet again by Brian Rodriguez to ring in the holiday season with the dysfunctional family of Hannah and Her Sisters. Unlike the jovial Friendsgiving episodes of last year, they’re sitting down at the Thanksgiving table to discuss an uncomfortable film, made by a controversial filmmaker. This episode is not without laughs though, as Brian and Kyle try their best to separate the art from the artist.
First Cut: Jess Chuang
Kyle is joined by Jess Chuang, owner of Ichiban To Go. They talk about; Jess’s dad immigrating here and starting up a restaurant that grew into a large catering company, how she’s putting her own spin on the classic dish of sushi, how she’s enjoying the move of her work and home to Jersey City, and much more!
much like the classic film chocolat, this podcast is delightful.
Food and Movies = an amazing podcast
Love love love this podcast. I’m such a foodie and absolutely love discussing food scenes in movies since they it always has a profound meaning. I’m so excited to keep hearing this podcast grow. Great work
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