Nowadays, we don’t really get a lot of simple old-fashioned love stories on screen. So when I find one, I enjoy a lot more than I should. From Ireland and Spain comes ‘The Food Guide To Love,’ and it was such a random choice. I realized it was from 2013, so it’s old-ish. But the sentiment of the film isn’t. The whole thing seems -well, is – a formula, which has been followed by every single rom-com ever created, But you know what? It works, all because of the wonder chemistry between the two leads (Richard Coyle and Leonora Watling) Oliver and Viviana. Even with the precariousness of the story, you still believe because you actually see and feel how the two of them fall in love. So when the relationship starts to crumble, you get a pinch in your heart. It’s a told as old as time, as they say, and is effective then, now still, and I bet to the next generation. It’s never failed yet.