With the Oscars approaching this Sunday, we've selected nine of our favorite recipes that honor the Best Picture nominees. From "Midnight in Paris" to "The Artist," you'll love these easy recipes that will be a hit with your Oscar party guests!
"The Help"'s dish of pumpkin sage grits gives a nod to the south, where the film takes place. Adding nutmeg and pumpkin to the grits makes them extra delicious.
This film, which takes place in New York, is perfectly matched with a good slice of pepperoni pizza. This can be made with a regular pizza crust or a gluten-free pizza crust.
This story, which is set in Paris, is complemented by one of Julia Child's classic recipes. This salad is a light addition to this meat-centered menu.
Make Emeril's chicken dish in honor of "War Horse"'s Oscar nomination. This rustic one pot dish is simple and full of flavor.
This movie, set almost entirely in a baseball stadium, wouldn't be properly represented without a good-old-fashioned hot dog. These hot dogs are topped with macaroni and cheese for an indulgent treat.
A Texas country brisket is the perfect way to honor this movie, set in Texas. Beer and a spice rub give this recipe extra Texas flair.
This black and white film is honored with a black and white cookie. Make them in mini size for a delicious bite-sized dessert.
Set in Paris in the 1920s, this movie is honored by Julia Child's classic beef bourguignon. Your guests will love the smell of this stew as it wafts through the kitchen.
Complement the tropical setting of the film with these tomatoes stuffed with a Hawaiian chicken salad. Choose smaller tomatoes to turn this into a bite-sized appetizer.