Oscar Themed Food
I'm having an oscar party and would like to serve food and drinks that tie-in with nominated movies. I read the posts on this topic from the 07 oscars and there were some great ideas! I like both play on words as well as "theme" foods. Thanks for the help-
I've been known to serve veal Oscar for a sit-down dinner preceding an Oscar party. (Seriously!) ;-)
But to stick with your movie title theme:
Anything in too much oil for There Will Be Blood.
Lox in honor of all the locks blown out in No Country for Old Men? (groan...)
Baby vegetables for Juno? (and everyone has to give theirs to someone else)
No Country for Old Men - chocolate coins to flip, followed by a mini-keg "cattlegun".
There Will Be Blood - steak w/o utensils and bottles of gin w/o glasses, served with a bowling pin.
Juno - Gallon of Sunny D, hamburgers decorated like phones.
Ratatouille - Any French dessert, w/chocolate truffle droppings and dusted paw prints.
Sweeney Todd - injector disposable straight razors fitted with Jolly Rancher blades, to serve whipped cream followed by strawberry jam.
Diving Bell & The Butterfly - You cook anything to order, but they must ask for it by blinking as you recite the alphabet repeatedly.
Into The Wild - Guest chooses to fast.
Eastern Promises - tons of Russian food! Borscht, blini, dumplings, etc...
La Vie en Rose & Ratatouille - French Food! Lots of it!
American Gangster - Powdered sugar-dusted donuts (think cocaine)
Sweeney Todd - Meat Pies, of course! So cool...
There Will Be Blood - Steak with whiskey and milkshakes
Elizabeth - Renaissance food could be really interesting, but difficult (I used to cook RenFair)
I do an Oscar themed dinner every year, using the best picture nominees as a guide. I'm starting with Juno pregnapolitans - Sunny D and vodka martinis - and the swizzle sticks will have a big plus sign on them. (You see where I'm going here -). For "There Will Be Blood" - a movie I thought was terrible, with over-the-top scenery-chewing by Daniel Day-Lewis - I'm just making a big ol' ham.
re: Amy Rhodes
For "There Will Be Blood" - a movie I thought was terrible, with over-the-top scenery-chewing by Daniel Day-Lewis - I'm just making a big ol' ham."
I couldn't agree with you.......................................more, Amy Rh. However
I'm thinking an 'overdone' turkey might be more representative of the movie.
Btw, whose invited?