"Food for Marriage is delectable. Addictive as heritage bacon, salty as a just-shucked bluepoint, and hot as a habanero. Just don't start it late on Friday night or you'll be sure to sleep through the Greenmarket on Saturday morning.”
—Gabrielle Langholtz, Editor-in-Chief, Edible Brooklyn & Edible Manhattan
In the spirit of The Big Chill, four couples gather for a reunion at Lucy and Lionel’s Upper East Side apartment. The occasion is a dinner party for Lucy's best friend, Nicole – the first of the gang to divorce and reappear with a new partner in tow. The rest of Lucy's guests are in various states of emotional undress.
Drinks flow freely and barely sheathed truths and secrets are not far behind. Four utterly modern couples, a Bacchanalian farm to table feast, and as the night unfolds, confidences once buried rise to the surface in this unchecked romp of urban comedy and malaise.