The Hunger Games: 5 Fun Recipes Inspired by the MovieBrooke McLay
The hottest movie of the year hits theater’s at 12: 01 a.m. today, and more than a lot of fans of The Hunger Games couldn’t be more delighted. Whether you hit up a first showing, have a ticket for Friday night, or plan to wait until all the hubbub dies down before catching the flick, there’s no reason you can bring some of the magic of the Hunger Games right to your own table. Here are 5 fabulous recipes inspired by the book, the movie, and everyone’s favorite “firey” heroine, the divine Miss Katniss, herself.
The Celebration Feast 1 of 6Whether it fits you palate or not, this recipe for Roast Pig is sure to bring all the flavors of the Gamemakers meal right to your dinner table.
Click for the recipe from Adventure Foodie.
Katniss’ Lamb Stew 2 of 6When she first arrives at for the games, Katniss is asked which food is her favorite. "The lamb stew," she offers. Try this recipe and see if it becomes your favorite, too.
Click for the recipe from Bellamiento.
Prim’s Goat Cheese & Basil 3 of 6Little Sister Prim was given a goat by Katniss. The goat provides fresh milk for the family, and serves as sustenance on reaping day, when Katniss awakes to goat cheese wrapped in basil. Try this homemade gnocchi, coated in a warm goat cheese sauce and tossed with fresh basil to recreate the flavors of The Hunger Games at home.
Click for the recipe from Comfortable Home Life.
Poison Berry Cakes 4 of 6What 'Hunger Games' meal would be complete without a Poisonous Berry cake? Check out this recipe as several other Hunger Games inspired party eats.
Click for the recipe from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen.
Peeta’s Bakery Monkey Bread 5 of 6Dig into the goodness of fresh bread, just like that which may have come from Peeta's family bakery.
Get the recipe for Extreme Monkey Bread.
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