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Pick a Rom-Com and We'll Give You a Recipe to Match

Created February 4, 2021
We've selected fun recipes that coordinate with classic romantic comedies that you can try at home. By taking nods from famous scenes, filming locations and movie themes to inspire your snacks, you can share a unique activity without stretching your budget. You pick the movie, and we'll pair a delicious and easy meal to go along with it.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Between the big family-style food scenes and glimpses into Greek-American culture, you'll want to follow along at home with your very own cake with a hole in it. These Greek recipes are filled with the warmth and wisdom that Toula's mother used to cook for her while growing up (side dish of steaming hot guilt not required.)

Sweet Home Alabama

Reese Witherspoon’s character, Melanie, is a rising fashion designer in New York City who travels to her hometown in Alabama to take care of some unfinished business. While she loves the city life she's created for herself, her trip to the south reminds her of the charm she left behind. It's only fitting for you to enjoy a taste of Southern cooking in this electric Rom-Com while Melanie explores her Alabama roots.

My Best Friend's Wedding

One of the most famous films set in Chicago, these recipes are just what you need to immerse yourself into this romantic comedy. From deep-dish pizza to ballpark hot dogs, we've got all the Chi-Town favorites for you to enjoy.

When Harry Met Sally

Try a nice slice of pecan pie in honor of this late ‘80s classic that still holds up today. Pastrami and cheesecake make for a perfect combo to pair with the famous deli scene, and bagels + hot dogs round out quintessential NYC foods you’ll want to munch on while watching this love story play out.

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Use this classic Rom-Com that's not actually about breakfast as an excuse to have breakfast for dinner. This Oscar-winning film, which gave us one of Audrey Hepburn's most iconic roles, captures the glimmer and shimmer of New York City in the 1960s.