Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Where's Wolfgang Puck When You Need Him?

This year's Oscar night menu is proving to be a tough one. So far, we've only got one menu item down ("Baby Brokeback Ribs") but the other movies are providing far less inspiration. I'm thinking perhaps a "black and white" dessert in honor of "Capote" and Truman Capote's famous Black and White Ball, but what about "Good Night, and Good Luck"? Or "Crash" (I know there's gotta be something there). And for "Munich," do we go Jewish, or German?

I need ideas, people! Help!

4 comments:

Chuck said...

I thought you'd be serving Compote.

For "Crash" you could serve Paul Haggis, but I don't know how y'all feel about intestines.

Toby said...

For 'Good Night And Good Luck', how about just a carton of Kents to polish off a good meal... as well as the lung capacity of your guests?

Monique said...

Good Night and Good Luck: maybe some Edward R. Marrow bones and toast points as an appetizer?

Rain said...

"Edward R. Marrow bones." That's awesome.