Great filmmaking can take you to places you've never been without leaving your seat, and the same is true for food. The following list, inspired by the recently announced Golden Globe nominations, pairs some of ZesterDaily.com's favorite food stories and recipes with the best in moviemaking this year. Sometimes, the choices will be more "art house" than "box office," but the idea is to embrace the adventure, right down to the pine-bark flour.
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"GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO" | Danish Smørrebrød
Sweden, where this thriller is set, is ground zero for edgy food. For a backdrop, check out how radical naturalist chefs Magnus Nillson from Sweden's Fäviken and Kobe Desramaults from Belgium's In De Wulf restaurants collaborated on one wild dinner. (This is where the pine-bark flour arrives.) Or you can check out the artful creations at Sweden's Oaxen Krog hotel-boat location, considered among the world's best 50 restaurants. But if you're in front of any big screen at home,Read More »from Golden Globe Nominees, Eat Your Heart Out This Holiday