Someone Call Michelin, These Movie-Themed Oscars Party Snacks Are Fantastic

Not only does Oscars night bring glitz and glamour, upsets and triumphs, rousing speeches and high fashions to us, but for those of us that take a day to enjoy the awards, it also usually means a viewing party. And what do all good and respectable parties have? Snacks.

Some put together an elaborate spread that is what I imagine on par with some of the most mouth-watering charcuterie boards made on a modest budget – and some go right on in and make something that reflects the flicks that are up for the big awards.

Tv writer Demi Adejuyigbe‘s party spread might not have been flash, expensive, or elaborate, but it was witty as hell and tbh I’d have a good go of all of these snacks.

Snacks about different movies is *kisses fingers*. A closer look at each dish uncovers a masterpiece in their own right. So let’s do that, shall we?

The Shape Of Water was an outstanding offering of fish fingers and chocolate eggs. Call Me By Your Name is a simple dish of peach rings, which is subtle but effective. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was represented with red strawberry Poptarts, Lady Bird honoured with buffalo wings.

Dunkirk was aptly reimagined through a box of Dunkin’ Donuts (renamed Dunki(rk)n’ Donuts), The Post covered the booze with lemonade and vodka, Phantom Thread was a nod to that scene with mini toasts scraped with cream and jam, Get Out was a sweet serving of frosted loops (they’re Froot Loops, mate), and Darkest Hour was a healthy offering of chips and salsa because Demi didn’t actually see it so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I, Tonya not getting a nod for Best Picture this year through Demi’s own three edible billboards.

The whole setup was placed under a beautiful banner, damning the entire Academy for snubbing The Florida Project.

If I could give out a hat or Michelin Star or a gold star from Maeve O’Meara for an Oscars party snack table, this would get that.