Mr. Rosbif y el secreto de la tortillita de camaronesNovember 25, 2017
Mr. Rosbif is an internationally renowned English chef. In order to take the most famous international recipes to his restaurant in London, he travels the world like an explorer. During a summer he arrives in Cádiz with the intention of finding the unspeakable flavor of the shrimp omelettes so famous in the area.
Chef Antonio's Recipes for RevolutionAugust 6, 2020
A feature documentary following Antonio de Benedetto, an Italian chef on a quest to change the world with food. His apprentices are aspiring chefs with Down syndrome, who travel from across Italy to train and work in hospitality and take their place at the table of life and find their pathway to freedom and independence.
The Inn at Little Washington: A Delicious DocumentaryMarch 27, 2020
Known as “The Pope of American Cuisine,” Chef Patrick O’Connell is a legend. He’s revered as a pioneer of refined American cooking, and as the eclectic restaurateur who transformed a country inn into an international culinary temple. But, behind the fairytale – behind the humor and whimsy – lies a story of a self-taught chef who started with nothing and overcame a decades-long feud with a fiercely conservative rural town to create one of the most renowned restaurants in America.
Blind SushiOctober 2, 2017
A blind adventure writer and the first sustainable sushi chef search for enlightenment in the murky depths of the New England coast.
The ChefMarch 30, 2019
In a time when work is done by robots, a traditional Chinese chef is forced to train a Caucasian humanoid to cook Chinese food, but a former protégé of the chef makes this harder by joining an anti-robot riot group.
The ContenderNovember 15, 2015
In the winter of 2012, Certified Master Chef Rich Rosendale and Corey Siegel earned the opportunity to represent the United States in the prestigious cooking competition known as the Bocuse d'Or. Held every two years in Lyon, France, the Bocuse d'Or represents the pinnacle of competition cooking. With the United States determined to make the podium for the first time ever, Rich and Corey embark on an intense one-year training regimen that includes the construction of a secret test kitchen inside of a decommissioned cold war bunker. Together with some of America's greatest chefs, they will vie for culinary glory at the Bocuse d'Or in Lyon, France.
Constructing AlbertSeptember 28, 2017
A documentary that covers the emergence of Catalan chef Albert Adria, brother of Ferran Adria of elBullio fame, as a culinary force in his own right. The film covers around five years in Alberto's life as he opens up a number of different restaurants in Barcelona, culminating in his groundbreaking work with Enigma.
SoulJanuary 1, 2016
Soul explores the secrets of gastronomy where two cuisines apparently so opposite in their philosophy, conception and experience, have both earned the highest culinary recognition, three Michelin stars.
James Beard: America's First FoodieApril 23, 2017
Food in the 21st century has become much more than “meat and potatoes” and canned soup casseroles.” Chefs have gained celebrity status; recipes and exotic ingredients, once impossible to find, are now just a mouse click away; and the country's major cities are better known for their gastronomy than their art galleries. This food movement can be traced back to one man: James Beard. His name graces the highest culinary honor in the American food world today—the James Beard Foundation Awards. And while chefs all around the country aspire to win a James Beard Award, often referred to as the “culinary Oscars,” many of those same chefs know very little about the man behind the medal. Respected restaurateur Drew Nieporent summed it up when he said, “Everybody knows the name James Beard. They may not know who he is, but they know the name.”
ZósimoJanuary 10, 2012
Zosimo is the best at his trade. But if he can not work, his life holds no meaning.
The God of RamenJune 8, 2013
Every day, people would queue for over two hours for a bowl of ramen. What’s the celebrated chef’s secret ingredient? There is no secret ingredient. In fact, as most fans of Taishoken believe, it’s the charisma of owner Kazuo Yamagishi that attracted people from all around Japan to his modest shop. His personality and love for his craft, combined with a precise mélange of flavours, combined to create perfection in each ramen bowl. This heart-warming documentary is not just for noodle fans, but for anyone who loves to be inspired by passionate people.
El Bulli - Historia de un sueñoMay 4, 2010
A lot of interesting documentary footage, interviews with the original owners and some of the many chefs who worked at the famous restaurant.
Outs and InsAugust 1, 1916
Musty Suffer gets a job as a chef and waiter at an automat restaurant. Various customers attempt to filch food or money from the coin slots, and Musty deals with the situation.
My Father's MenuJanuary 6, 2013
A popular cooking show organizes a contest to find the best "My Father's Menu". Three chefs enter the competition, and their search for the recipes is intertwined with their personal dramas.
Fools for ScandalApril 16, 1938
An incognito Hollywood star (Carole Lombard) in Paris meets a penniless nobleman (Fernand Gravet) who follows her to London.
Martha's Guests: Master ChefsJuly 11, 2006
Take a tip or two from the masters of cooking as host Martha Stewart invites a variety of top chefs into her kitchen to whip-up a delectable array of tasty treats in this release that covers the gamut of international cuisine. It's a culinary world tour as Stewart is joined by chef Bobby Flay for such American fare as oven-roasted ribs, Mario Batali for the old-Italian standard spaghetti alla Carbonera, Daniel Boulud for the French favorite Cote de Bouef, Jose Hurtado for some tasty Mexican calamari, and Eileen Yin-Fei Lo for some truly picture-perfect pork buns. With all this and much, much, more, home viewers will finally have a chance to learn from the best as they create masterful meals that the whole family will enjoy.