Farm to Fork to Love Movie Review - A Bountiful Love

Farm to Fork to Love Movie Review

 Confession time! I do not like cheesy movies. However, there was a point in my life when I actually enjoy Hallmark movies. I know, you might think that I am an anti-romantic person. I still love happy endings and a good realistic love story. I do enjoy action, Sci-Fi, wholesome, and Christian-content movies. So I am very choosy when it comes to reviewing (and promoting) movies and books here on my blog. The movie, Farm to Fork to Love is rated PG for 13 years old and above. I watched the movie with my 11 yr. old and the only scene that you may find inappropriate is the kissing scene towards the end. I personally did not find the scene inappropriate. My 11-yr old still covers her eyes when she feels like a kissing scene is going to happen. Needless to say, I agree with the parental guidance rating as with every movie...parental guidance or kid-friendly...we still need to guide whatever our kids absorb on TV.

  If you are in need of a social media break or news break, I highly suggest watching this feel-good movie. With everything that is going on around the world, it is okay to take a break and fill our minds with just good thoughts. It is so nice to just take an hour and a half of mental break where you just get lost in a good movie. Farm to Fork to Love movie is about an hour and a half, starring Meggan Kaiser and Scot Kaiser.  The movie, in my opinion, is not just about two individuals person finding love with each other but it is also about kindness in the midst of competition, humility, supporting each other, and lastly doing what you really love in life.

  There is a popular quote that says, if we love what we do, we will never work a day in our life. That is true and that truth was exemplified in this movie. Even if another road takes us to a more glamorous road if we are not fully happy... we will never find contentment and you will always think about the "what if's". Regret is not something you want to live with for the rest of your life. Also, granting that this is a scripted movie...there were times in the movie when I thought about how would I respond to certain situations. Definitely, not in a graceful manner. Alice, played by Meggan Kaiser was presented with situations that which she could have responded angrily. But instead, responded gracefully and tactfully. And I love that! It just shows us how things can be handled without resorting to an unnecessary argument. Christian, played by Scot Cooper showed me the value of honesty and being true to your calling. 

  If you are in the mood for a feel-good love story with a heavy emphasis on quality food that will surely make you hungry, watch this movie!  It is now available on Amazon Prime and Netflix. If you Tubi, you can watch the movie for free. Here is the link: Watch Farm to Fork to Love Movie


Alice, a young and talented sous chef at NY's top restaurant, receives an invitation to judge a food competition for a prestigious annual fundraiser. Despite the dismay of Bret, her boss who is also her boyfriend, she accepts the invitation. Once she arrives in Kansas, Alice is surprised to find her former boyfriend in college, Christian is among the judges. The cooking show and her reconnection with Christian will make Alice reconsider her dream. 

CAST: Forbes Riley, Matt Hudson, Maurice Johnson, Maxi McClintock, Meggan Kaiser, Patty Lambert, Scot Cooper Writers 

DIRECTOR: Sandra L. Martin

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