When a character from a movie or TV show boasts about the food they're eating, I think it's safe to say a majority of viewers, including myself, are curious as to what the food actually tastes like. Even if he's a cartoon rat, everyone wants to taste Remy's food in Ratatouille, and there's no way anyone can deny that Bradley Cooper in the kitchen makes them feel some type of way. 

Below, you can discover recipes that are either exact replicas from movies and TV shows or recipes that come pretty darn close. From there, you can decide whether or not the real life renditions of your on-screen cravings live up to all of your expectations.

With that, here are 10 of my favorite movies and TV shows that feature a variety of foods that, until now, you could never eat: 

Beware, you will be "oooing & aaahing" like Joey Tribbiani by the end of this article. 

1. Friends 

Let's ignore the laugh track, but we all know that Monica's food plays an integral role in the world of Friends. From Thanksgiving dinner to her infamous amuse-bouche, I always find myself wondering how tasty really is Monica Gellar's food

According to Chandler, it's "amusing," but what do those Thanksgiving sandwiches and her homemade jam really taste like? Try this Thanksgiving sandwich. Or, if you are looking for a sweet entrance into the TV show, try this blueberry blackberry jam, this raspberry jam, but if you're feeling really adventurous, this chia seed jam, to be determined if this one is Joey approved.

2. Ratatouille 

It may be animated, but that doesn't stop my mouth from watering while watching Disney's Ratatouille. Yes, it may feel wrong for a street rat to be whipping up five-star dishes, but Remy puts countless chefs to shame with his all-star presentation and obvious charm.

Though your version of Ratatouille may not take you back to your childhood in the French countryside, you will definitely find yourself in awe with this recipe. Maybe you too can become one of France's greatest chefs. I mean, if a Parisian rat can follow his dreams, you can too.

Not feeling vegetable stew? We all want to know the recipe for Remy's unknown creamy looking soup he beautifully whips up in the beginning of the film. Fill this void with potato soup, butternut squash soup, broccoli cheddar soup, and cauliflower soup. Take your pick, you won't be disappointed.

3. Julie and Julia 

If you don't want to try out all 524 recipes in Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" cookbook like Julie Powell, also known as Amy Adams, in Julie and Julia, but still are looking to become a culinary genius, here are some of the dishes that made me the salivate while watching Meryl Streep cook.

Nothing says Julia Child like Boeuf Bourguignon. This traditional French recipe is seriously bougie, but so simple. Try the original Julia Child recipe and channel your inner five-star chef.

4. No Reservations

Yes, that's a giant bowl of spaghetti, and, yes, I want it now. No Reservations makes my stomach do all sorts of rumbling each time I watch and inspires me to become a restaurant chef every time Aaron Eckhart does something amazing in the kitchen.

This food-centric movie brings some serious sophistication to every meal and virtually all of the dishes mentioned in the movie contain truffles. I mean, really, who doesn't love some truffle butter? Get fancy like Catherine Zeta-Jones and whip up one of these truffle recipes in the form of pasta, flatbread, or even fancy truffle oil dessert.

5. Chef

Cheese? Yep. Baguette? Yep. Sofia Vergara? Yep. Does it get much better than that? Nope.

Even with Sofia Vergara, Scarlett Johansson, and Robert Downey Jr. on-screen, the real star of the movie is the food. When this ex-restaurant chef decides to open a food truck in Miami, things get spicy and so can you. Every time the mojo pork cubanos come on-screen, my mouth waters. 

6. Burnt

Bradley Cooper is fire to begin with, so add a stovetop and you've got two of my favorite things. If Bradley Cooper can play a two-star Michelin chef with these recipes in the film Burnt, then maybe you can too. 

Looking to try "Eggs For Enemies," also knows as the cheese omelette, try Bradley Cooper's recipe from the movie. Want to get even fancier? Use this two-star Michelin chef recipe or this regular person one to make your own cheesy scallops gratinée. I mean, can you really go wrong in the kitchen with Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller by your side? 

7. Gossip Girl

Even though food isn't what keeps viewers on the edge of their seats, there are definitely some stand out meals that keep viewers drooling over Gossip Girl. For those of you who watched the show, you'll remember Rufus Humphrey's famous waffles that seem to appear at any and every breakfast table during the six seasons.

Looking to throw a brunch like Rufus? Try these buttermilk waffles, churro waffles, and strawberry waffles. Definitely drool-worthy, and definitely Upper East Side approved. Though everyone loves a good Gossip Girl breakfast, don't forget about the legendary Thanksgiving showdowns seen throughout the years. Most importantly, Blair's Thanksgiving pumpkin pie.

8. Harry Potter

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is not only known for its legendary students and professors, but its just as magical food. Anyone who has watched Harry Potter knows that the food served in the Great Hall looks pretty amazing, at least according to Ron.

If you are feeling thirsty, look no further than this butterbeer recipe. Warning: this recipe isn't quite as kid friendly as what you'll find at Universal Studios, cue the vanilla vodka and the butterscotch schnapps. But if this is a kid friendly Harry Potter revival, try this butterbeer recipe for a non-alcoholic magical experience.

9. Sex and the City

Food obviously isn't the main focus of the Sex and the City movie, but the scene of Samantha eating guac on her porch in Malibu always makes me feel some type of way. Find your inner Samantha with this guacamole recipe or this one or perhaps even this one, and you'll have a "yes" worthy moment of your own.

If you don't feel like cooking and would rather just live the Sex and The City life at the girls' favorite restaurants, check out these seven restaurants from the movie and TV show you can actually go to in NYC.

10. Bridesmaids

Even though it most likely wasn't Kristen Wiig who made this cupcake, she did a great job digging into it. If you want to cheer up after a day of brutal bridesmaids, or maybe just a rough test, follow this simple cupcake recipe or, if you are feeling fancy, try this flower-inspired one.

Looking for the perfect cake to take down during a mental break? These wedding cakes are almost to pretty to destroy, but, I mean, when it comes to Helen, anything is possible. Or, if you want to make a cookie almost as large as the heart-shaped masterpiece in the movie, try out these ultimate skillet cookies, chocolate fountain not included.

Now, remember, while channeling your inner chef, don't forget Julia Child's famous quote: "With enough butter, anything is good." Ugh, butter. Couldn't have said it better myself. With recipes like these, you can find your inner chef and inner groove, just like Monica. Happy cooking.