The Waffle of Wall Street, anyone?
'Oscars' on Serious Eats
Some people associate the Oscars with start-studded red carpets, best-dressed lists, and endless acceptance speeches. We associate it with something a little tastier—hot dogs!
Need last minute menu ideas for tonight's Academy Awards viewing? Here are some punny dishes we came up with inspired by tonight's nominees and some of our favorite recipes. True Cheese Grits, Winter's Bone Marrow, Mark Ruffalo Wings, and more. Yeah, we're pretty big nerds.
In this Oscars-themed menu, each course represents one of the nominated films for Best Picture. Appletinis to start since Mark Zuckerberg enjoys them in The Social Network, pork pies in honor of The King's Speech (since the Brits love their meat pies), and for dessert, cowboy cookies for True Grit.
Tonight marks the 82nd Annual Academy Awards—and any event that brings people together for extended television sessions demands a snack plan. We've rounded up some of our favorite Oscar-worthy recipes for your eating pleasure. All a big step up from plain old popcorn.
Photographer David Gartner is creating Oscar-food mashups based on this year's crop of Best Picture nominees. So far in his Flickr photo set are A Serious Manwich, The Blind Side Salad, District 9 Layer Cake, and Avatunatatare.
If I can't have Best Picture, can I at least havesome cheese?Ratatouille may have been robbed a Best Picture nomination, but cleaned up pretty well with five nods in total, and one actual award for Best Animation. Sure, it should have also won for Best Sound Editing and Sound Mixing with all those chopping and sauce-bubbling foley art sound effects. Not to mention all that background music heightening each gustatory reaction. For crying out loud, even Associated Press critic Jake Coyle proved the film was mathematically superior to Pulp Fiction. We still love you, Remy. And in the vein of food-themed cinematic puns, here’s some ideas for the actual Best Picture nominees. Please throw yours onto the table.. No Country...