Or perhaps Patisserie?
Chef Script is a nice one, too
In reference to food magazines i've checked out for the past few months, their designers seem to take a liking on mixing white handwritten fonts on photos, (papier, mathlete, pablo skinny).
Sometimes they use the combination of sans on different weight plus added difference of kerning, (calibre, pf din nuetra)
trend and trend hand made by latinotype
I'd love to write a cookbook - all the different jazzy fonts you could use to reflect the culture etc.
I think some of the hand written and script fonts might degrade at a lower resolution.
That said, I love p22's historical typefaces for script and display fonts:
For scripty handwriting, I like Dascha:
restaurant, food, kitchen, chef, catering and so on is in the same domain. Its about crafting so script font (any which you like) will do just fine. As for text block Georgia/ serif font alike is nice complement.
Excellent list is located at Fonts In Use http://fontsinuse.com/in/1/industries/30/food-beverage
I like some of the fatter fonts like Lugo and Cupcake. They look like they are made for headlines of items in a cookbook.
Luella or Sini would make a good font for the recipe titles.
Frutiger would be good for the body copy.
you can use Alek, Aire ,paradise scrip, adios, Desire, ether ...
Depends if it's for a cook book, website...
I think the best is a script font like Jocham, Lobster, Quayside, Chef Script !