A Taste Of Romance
January 15, 2012 by staff
A Taste Of Romance, Hallmark Channel presents a romance with a culinary theme in “A Taste of Romance,” which premieres on Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. The original movie stars Teri Polo, James Patarick Stuart, Bailee Madison, Romy Rosemont and Rockmond Dunbar, according to a press release from Hallmark Channel.
Culinary styles clash when a classically trained chef falls for a laidback cook in “A Taste of Romance.” Emmy® Award nominee Teri Polo (“The West Wing,” “Meet the Parents”) and Emmy® Award nominee James Patrick Stuart (“All My Children”) star in this charming romantic comedy along with Bailee Madison (“Just Go With It”), Romy Rosemont (“Glee”) and Rockmond Dunbar (“Prison Break”).
Uptight French chef Sara Westbrook (Teri Polo) gets fired up when her upscale café, Chez Varenne, is suddenly overshadowed by a new restaurant moves in next door. The neighboring restaurant, The Five Alarm Grill, is run by a group of rowdy firemen. Led by handsome former fire fighter Gill Callahan (James Patrick Stuart) and his friend Danny (Rockmond Dunbar), The Five Alarm Grill is soon a big success. Meanwhile, Chez Varenne, led by Sara andher pastry chef Patsy (Romy Rosemont), struggles to bring in customers.
Sara suddenly softens when she meets Gill’s ten-year-old daughter Hannah (Bailee Madison) who she can’t help but take under her wing when she learns Hannah, like herself, is growing up without a mom. Hannah ignores the obvious tension between her dad and Sara and starts soon playing matchmaker.
Gill and Sara slowly begin to stir up romance instead of acrimony, but their relationship is tested once again when a local food critic reviews The Five Alarm Grill instead of Chez Varenne. Can the couple resist the temptation to compete with each other, or will the heat of the competition drive them apart?
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