|Trevor's View on Hollywood||
I'd like to now share with you all an exciting new series I'm doing. Surely some of you have already seen a few of my movie-inspired recipes in the past, well now I'm taking them to the next level by making them into videos! My plan for this is to eventually make a living off YouTube by doing videos like this each week, so I would love for you to give this video a watch! For your convenience, I also have the recipe written out below so you too can taste the greatest movie about divorce ever made!
If you're still stuck on a good Thanksgiving meal to make for your family/friends, here's an idea for one, one that is inspired by one of the best Pixar movies ever, which also is celebrating its 15th birthday this month!
So now, here's your chance to know what The Incredibles tastes like, using the following food queues throughout the film:
In thinking of a good Halloween-related movie to do for this months recipe, I eventually thought, "Why not E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial? That movie is set on Halloween! Plus, E.T. is one of my absolute favorite movies of all time, I enjoyed it as a kid, and love it even more as an adult as I can now appreciate its deeper themes and symbolic imagery that depict the loneliness of a divorce victim.
So now, here's your chance to know what E.T. tastes like, using the following food queues throughout the film:
One of my dearest childhood favorites remains such a personal film for me to this day, it's one of those movies that has basically been with me since the very beginning of my memories, so with its music and subject matter, it truly does take me back to feeling like I'm in preschool again. Even though I was disgusted by the fourth installment, I still love every viewing I have of the trilogy.
So now, here's your chance to know what Toy Story tastes like, using the following food queues throughout the film:
And complicated to make this cake recipe was!