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  • Oscar Party Foods: 10 recipes inspired by your favorite nominated films 1 of 11
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  • Life of Pi | A Simple Vegetarian Curry 2 of 11
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    When many people heard one of their favorite books — Life of Pi — was being adapted into a movie, they had their doubts. But with 11 Oscar nominations to its name, Life of Pi is already a winner in our book. And now you can eat like Pi with this simple and healthy Indian curry dish.
    Make a simple vegetarian curry
  • Frankenweenie | Dog Bone Breadsticks 3 of 11
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    Kid-favorite Frankenweenie is nominated for Best Animated Picture, so why not make a treat as kid-friendly as the film to enjoy on Oscar night? These dog bone breadsticks are so easy that the little ones can help in the kitchen and so tasty that the whole family will want to dig in.
    Make dog bone breadsticks
  • Silver Linings Playbook | Philly Cheesesteak Sliders 4 of 11
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    Much of the drama in Silver Linings Playbook is centered on the outcome of Philadelphia Eagles' games. And there's no better snack than Philly cheesesteak sliders to enjoy while watching an Eagles game — or while waiting to see if Silver Linings Playbook wins the Oscar for Best Picture!
    Make Philly cheesesteak sliders
  • Snow White and the Huntsman | Poison Apple Pastries 5 of 11
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    Nominated for Best Visual Effects and Best Costume Design, Snow White and the Huntsman, is not the wholesome version of Snow White you've come to know and love. However, no retelling of this classic fairy tale is complete without a poisonous apple — or in our case, a dangerously sweet apple pastry.
    Make poison apple pastries
  • Les Miserables | Crusty French Baguettes 6 of 11
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    Les Miserables, set in 19th century France, is up for eight awards, including Best Picture. While at times some of the characters may not have had enough to eat, you can still celebrate the film's success with some traditional French fare, like these super-easy, crusty French baguettes.
    Make crusty French baguettes
  • Django Unchained | Classic Southern Fried Chicken, Mac ‘n Cheese, and Cherry Cobbler 7 of 11
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    Django Unchained certainly isn't lacking in controversy due to its depiction of slavery in pre-Civil War Mississippi. But regardless of the stir this movie has caused, it's still been recognized as one of the best films of the year, picking up four Oscar nominations. So why not celebrate its success with a traditional southern meal?
    Make classic southern fried chicken, mac ‘n' cheese, and cherry cobbler
  • Beast of the Southern Wild | Classic Red Beans and Rice 8 of 11
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    Although Beast of the Southern Wild is a fantasy film, it's setting — a small Louisiana Bayou community — is very real. And what says Louisiana Bayou better than this hearty, classic red beans and rice recipe, perfect for a chilly February dinner?
    Make classic red beans and rice
  • The Impossible | Thai Pork and Mango Salad 9 of 11
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    The Impossible tells the true story of a Spanish family whose exotic Thai getaway was interrupted by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami that severely damaged the Thai coast. Celebrate The Impossible's nomination and remember the victims of the tragedy by preparing a traditional Thai meal.
    Make Thai pork and mango salad with mango mint dressing
  • Brave | Haggis 10 of 11
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    Set in medieval Scotland, Brave is another family-friendly film nominated for Best Animated Picture. Why not celebrate with an equally family-friendly dinner of Haggis, a meatloaf-like meal that is the national dish of Scotland!
    Make haggis
  • Lincoln | Classic Gingerbread Cookies 11 of 11
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    What better way to honor America's 16th president and celebrate Lincoln's 12 Oscar nominations than with his favorite treat: gingerbread cookies! We're sure this classic recipe hasn't changed since his presidency.
    Make classic gingerbread cookies

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