The Screening Room at Kendall College
Attendees watch the Belgian film In de Keuken ("In the Kitchen").
The "Slotted Spoonies"
Festival director George Motz announces the Food Film Fest's award winners.
Loyal purveyors handed out their tasty wares during a pre-screening snack and cocktail hour.
And More Sweets!
Fresh salted caramels from Truffle Truffle.
Making Turtle Burgers
Kendall College culinary students and their chef instructors prepared countless turtle burgers for the screening of their namesake film.
Turtle Burgers, Ready to Serve
Note the little head and feet.
The Great Shuck 'n Suck
George Motz's relatives drove up oysters from South Carolina for the event. The oysters were place on huge grills, and then covered with wet burlap bags to steam.
Guests were each given an oyster knife, a towel, and instructed to be careful.
Oystering in Action
The oysters were shoveled on to tables when done. Guests then circled around and dug in.
The edible star of a new film by Sky Full of Bacon, profiling the work of The Butcher & Larder duo Rob and Allie Levitt.
This traditional and painstaking-to-make Belgian delicacy is one of two dishes featured in In de Keuken.
And Even More Sweets!
The last meal of the fest was an impossibly light dessert based on a recipe by chef David Martin of La Paix in Brussels, Belgium.