*Indulgent Topping Recipe* Included!
I forgot just what a beautiful movie it is - In case you're
looking for a recommendation some time soon~
...And I won't tell too much - no spoiler alerts here!
The Enchanted Cottage is a movie from 1945 starring Robert Young, Dorothy McGuire and Mildred Natwick. It was based on a play by Arthur Wing Pinero.
When Oliver Bradford is disfigured by war wounds, he hides from his family and fiancée, renting a cottage from Mrs. Minnett.
Herbert Marshall is the blind piano player. He will steal your heart with his words of wisdom, beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder. There are so many great quotes from this character alone, that I wanted to keep backing up my TiVo to listen to his calm voice reassuring the characters and myself in this movie.
It is said that this movie was notable as an attempt to change attitudes to facial disfigurement, at a time when many wounded servicemen were returning home after World War II.Grab a big bowl of popcorn this weekend, your drink of choice (diet Coke with lemon for me) and give it a try. Please let me know if you do.
Indulgent Popcorn topping recipe!
Pop your favorite popcorn - we like Old-Fashioned Jiffy Pop or Paul Newman Organics is a favorite too!
2-3 T butter melted (or Promise Omega-3 Spread, yes I've used this and it's really good)
1 tsp truffle oil added to melted butter
sprinkling of dried basil and garlic seasoning (we use Lawry's)
3 T Parmesano Reggiano cheese finely grated - or any kind of cheese you like!
OK, this is how we do it. Three layers: Popcorn, some of the butter/truffle oil mixture, sprinkle garlic seasoning and dried basil lightly, add 1/3 parmesan cheese
Repeat two times! ~Enjoy!
(It's also wonderful with a dash of spicy pepper, like cayenne seasoning, but just a touch)
We didn't have popcorn on Valentine's, so I think I'll have to make some this weekend!
Now, that's done ~
I'm off Friday morning to travel a couple of towns over to hit some antique sales, my husband's working at home and can watch our daughter recuperate, so this recluse needs to get out of the house. Hope I find some good things. Guess I better take that wicker table out of the back of my car!
Sweetness of disposition charms the soul