Our Big Announcement – Food Day/Film Day: Oct. 24

Dear Friends,

We have decided to take this holiday week off at Continue reading

Evolution from THE BEER BIBLE by Jeff Alworth

TheBeerBible Mild ale is one of the most endangered styles in commercial production. Continue reading


Critics Corner: GRANDMA

Read two critical perspectives on Grandma (Paul Weitz, 2015), by Pam Grady and Emily S. Mendel. Continue reading


More Than a Footnote: 18 Minutes of Conversation with GRANDMA’s Lily Tomlin, and 40 Years of Loving Her Comic Creativity

by Lisa Geduldig

Two weeks ago, EatDrinkFilms editor Johnny Ray Huston messaged me: “I wondered if you might be interested in interviewing Lily Tomlin.” Uh, yeah, I might be. (Actually, I was never so sure of anything in my life.) Continue reading


Crudités with Pomelo Aioli, Yellow Grapefruit and Avocado Salad, and Lime and Chile Salted Almonds from CITRUS by Valerie Aikman-Smith and Victoria Pearson

This sunny, citrus-infused collection of inventive, foolproof recipes showcases lemons, oranges, tangerines, grapefruits, and limes as well as out-of-the-ordinary kumquats, pomelos, Buddha’s hand, and yuzu in everything from breakfast to dinner, drinks to dessert. Continue reading


Critics Corner: STEAK (R)EVOLUTION

Read two critical perspectives on Steak (R)evolution (Frank Ribiére, 2015) by Chris Kronner and Erik ‘Daemon’ Ferry. Continue reading

‘Walt and Dali: Architects of the Imagination’ at the Disney Museum

Salvador Dali and Walt Disney

Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney in Spain, 1957. (Gift of Diane Disney Miller, collection Walt Disney Foundation; © Disney.)

by Karl Cohen

“Walt and Dalí: Architects of the Imagination” at The Walt Disney Family Museum is an amazing experience full of original paintings, drawings, animation art, photographs, video clips, archival documents and an excellent audio tour narrated by Sigourney Weaver. Continue reading

COW postcard


When we decided to review the new feature film Steak (R)evolution, it inspired a desire to look for an appropriate short, and it didn’t take long to ask Oscar-nominated animator Bill Plympton if we could feature his recent work The Cow Who Wanted To Be a Hamburger. Continue reading


A Baker’s Dozen: For the Love of Lemons

by Dianne Boate

If you are blessed with lemon trees, there are so many opportunities to use them as gifts (a small basket of lemons tied with a yellow ribbon) or for décor Continue reading


Doing it in 12 Days – INDEPENDENT ED by Edward Burns (2015)

by Roger Leatherwood

Insider accounts of the independent filmmaking scene, particularly the heyday from ’80s to the ’90s during the Sundance and Miramax era, were a publishing rage for a short while. Continue reading


Eat, Drink & See Films – August 28 – September 3

Our selection of some terrific things to do in the Bay Area this week. Continue reading