Cinematic cuisine: Recipe book inspired by the big screen’s iconic scenes

04 : 03 : 2015 Cooking With Scorsese : Hato Press : Sensory Splurge

London – Cooking with Scorsese is a new book celebrating some of cinema’s greatest recipes.

Cooking with Scorsese by Hato Press, UK Cooking with Scorsese by Hato Press, UK
Cooking with Scorsese by Hato Press, UK Cooking with Scorsese by Hato Press, UK
Cooking with Scorsese by Hato Press, UK Cooking with Scorsese by Hato Press, UK

Taking inspiration from the silver screen’s iconic moments, publishing house Hato Press has compiled a compendium of cinematic cuisine.

Highlights include Benny and Joon’s peanut butter and cereal milkshakes, tennis racquet mash gnocci and the aptly named explosive pissing beef balls from Stephen Chow’s film The God of Cookery.

The paper zine was launched with an interactive website inviting visitors to choose their favourite ingredients and watch as the drama unfolds in a tailored highlights reel. The London print and publishing house is also hosting a film screening-meets-supper club at the Peckham Refreshment Rooms where chefs will cook a range of treats from the film in a Sensory Splurge.

For more brands bringing the visual to life in multi-sensory experiences, read our article on Le Cinéma Olfactif.

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