Whoever said about pizza, “even if it’s bad, it’s good” clearly never had an experience like Julia Roberts’ in Eat Pray Love (2010). Based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat Pray Love follows a newly-divorced woman seeking meaning in her life, and finding it through romance, spirituality, and yes, really good pizza. But you don’t have to book a ticket to Napoli to fall in love with a perfect slice of the “real” stuff! In this episode of “Film to Table”, our series that reveals the recipes for some of our favorite movie meals, chefs Jason Roberts and Jeff Mahin (The Taste) show how to whip up a gourmet pie that will really have the moon hittin’ your eye. Here’s a hint: Sometimes you have to get dirty to get delicious!
Film To Table Episode 5: "Eat Pray Love"
You’d be wise to take this "pizza" advice!
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