MTV Movie Awards: The Food Moments
Whether you’re watching from the audience or hosting a viewing party at home, check out these tasty moments
As we head into a summer filled with big-budget, action-packed blockbusters, let’s take the time to reflect on last year's films — at the MTV Movie Awards.
That’s right, this Sunday, June 3, the golden popcorn will be awarded to such outstanding fan favorites as Breaking Dawn, Bridesmaids, and The Hunger Games. But, while everyone is super excited about the Best Kiss award and Best Fight, we’re preoccupied with food — as usual.
We’ve recapped the food moments in the Movie of the Year nominees and we have to say, we could make a nice three-course meal out of these foods. Well, except for the poisonous berries and Minny’s Pie — we’ll pass on those.
If you’re hosting a viewing party, try whipping up a menu to match the movies.
Before you decide who your Movie of the Year winner would be, check out these food moments!
Enjoy the show and happy voting!
Eating Fries: Lillian and Annie eat fries, and play with their food. They jokingly complain that they need dental work.
Brazilian Steakhouse Restaurant: This excursion to a hole-in-the-wall restaurant where the bridesmaids eat meat and Helen eats a salad before the dress fitting doesn't end well.
"Bear" Sandwich: During the ending credits, Megan and the air marshal's intimate encounter is documented.
Carrots: Annie and Rhodes eat carrots on the hood of a car; Annie doesn’t want to eat the small dried-out carrot, the "ugly carrot."
Flower Cupcake: Annie bakes herself an elaborate cupcake to eat alone.
Carrot Cake: Annie bakes a cake in the shape of a carrot to apologize to the police officer (Rhodes).
Heart-Shaped Cookie: Annie destroys the cookie at Lillian’s bridal shower.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
Polyjuice Potion: This potion allows for Hermione and Ron to disguise themselves and take the identity of other wizards.
Chocolate Frogs: In the first movie, Harry’s chocolate frog flies out the window of the Hogwarts Express, and in the epilogue of Deathly Hallows, a chocolate frog climbs up the window of the Weasley and Potter children’s carriage.
Minny’s Chocolate Pie: This pie uses an extra-special ingredient.
Fried Chicken: "Frying chicken tend to make you feel better about life," says Minny.
Parties: The movie includes many Junior League luncheons and bridge club meetings, featuring foods typical of the 1960s.
Celia: After much practice, Celia cooks a meal for Minny.
Crisco: Minny teaches Celia that Crisco is the most important invention since mayonnaise.
The Hunger Games
Bread: Peeta’s father is a baker, and Peeta gives bread to Katniss to prevent her family from starving.
Rich Foods and Treats: During their journey to the Capitol, Katniss and Peeta are fed luxurious foods like lamb, roast chicken, and decadent desserts.
Poisonous Berries: Nightlock berries are poisonous — Peeta gathered them and then Foxface died from eating them.
Apple in a Roasted Pig’s Mouth: shoots an arrow right through the apple in a roasted pig’s mouth.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1
O- Blood: Bella drinks the blood procured from a blood bank out of a Styrofoam cup through a straw in order to stay alive while pregnant.
Eggs: Edward makes eggs for Bella on her honeymoon.
Peanut Butter and Undercooked Chicken: Bella gorges on this food during the beginning of her pregnancy.
Wedding Cake: Edward and Bella have an elaborate, five-tiered wedding cake.
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