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Oscar Night Menu…

March 8, 2010

I look forward to the Oscars more than I look forward to a lot of Holidays so this year we invited some friends over and planned a themed dinner menu:

  • The Hurt Locker: Hummus and Pita Bread to represent the Middle East.

  • District 9: Grilled Shrimp to represent the “prawns”
  • An Education: Brie & Apple Bruschetta to represent “Jenny’s” trip to Paris

  • Inglorious Basterds: Warm Apple Strudel with a glass of milk to represent a specific scene in the movie with Christopher Waltz

  • Crazy Heart: Ham Biscuits to represent the biscuits he made in the movie.
  • Blind Side: Taco Bell quesadillas to represent the fact that Mr. Touhy owned Taco Bell franchises

  • Avatar: Blue Hawaiian punch to represent the blue people
  • Up!: Upcakes! Funfetti with blue icing (also to represent Avatar)

  • Precious: Chicken Wings to represent the scene where Precious steals the chicken because she is so hungry
  • Fantastic Mr. Fox: Apple Cider to represent the cider factories

  • Julie & Julia: Mini quiches  to represent Julia’s French cooking (that we forgot to cook and set out but they still count!)

Clearly I didn’t take any pictures and had to resort to ol’ faithful known as Google Image Search, but it was delish so I was clearly too busy eating to take to take pictures!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. March 8, 2010 10:08 am

    That all sounds delicious and like a great idea. Hope you had fun!

  2. March 10, 2010 11:35 pm

    what an AWESOME idea! will def copycat next year :-)!

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