"Mostly Martha" - just saw it last week! Fun!
"Like Water for Chocolate" is a classic
"The Big Night" is a good foodie flick
"Chocolat" is part romance/part food - good, nonetheless
"The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover" is my favorite, classic food-related film.
A movie that didn't get a particularly wide distribution was What's Cooking? directed by Gurinder Chadha. With a wonderful cast including Mercedes Ruehl, Alfre Woodard, Joan Chen, and Kyra Sedgwick, the movie showed four families--Jewish, African-American, Latino and Vietnamese--each in their own households, putting together Thanksgiving dinner while dealing with their family problems and dynamics. Really worth seeing.
I just read through the posts and I swear someone mentioned "The God of Cookery" and gave a description of it. I thought it sounded funny so I looked it up on the net. Now that I came back I can't find that post... They must have deleted it. Anyway I saw on the hollywood stock exchange that Jim Carrey is signed up to do an american remake of that movie. It sounds good. If anyone has any information on it let me know.