Oscar Party: Foods Inspired By 2011's Top Films

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The Oscars are just around the corner and by now, almost everyone has picked their favorites among the top nominees.

Whether your favorite wins or loses, you can honor them at your Oscar party with a specially-crafted dish inspired by the film.

We've pulled together a few ideas and some great recipes including Irish soda bread for "The Fighter," black and white cookies for "Black Swan" and caramel corn for "Toy Story 3" that will work wonderfully at your Oscar-themed party.

Check out a couple of our top suggestions.

The Fighter

Soda Bread

Any fan of "The Fighter" is sure to tell you that just watching the film is an emotional workout. So, if this is your top pick, honor the Irish family with some traditional stick-to-your-ribs dishes like Irish Oatmeal, Bacon and Cheddar Soufflé and the classic soda bread.

See the recipes below:

Emeril's Irish Soda Bread

Irish Oatmeal, Bacon and Cheddar Soufflé

Wolfgang Puck's Truffled Chicken Pot Pie

Oscar Party Foods

Inception

Roasted Beet Napoleon

"Inception" was truly out of this world, so any dish meant to honor the film would have to be the stuff of dreams. Daniel Boulud's coq au vin is just that – delicious, savory and gone before you know it. Pair it with a beet napoleon and your guests will never stop thanking you.

Check out the recipes for these outrageous dishes:

Tomato-Onion Compote

Daniel Boulud's Bar Boulud Coq Au Vin

Wolfgang Puck's Roasted Beet Napoleon

127 Hours

Dr. Savard's Secret Morning Mix High-Fiber Granola

"127 Hours" is based on the harrowing story of Aron Ralston, who got his arm caught under a boulder in Robber's Roost, Utah. After nearly five days struggling to get free he amputated it with a dull knife. For fans of this flick we recommend foods that will keep you going, such as Dr. Marie Savard's granola and Kriss Carr's energy drink "Make Juice Not War."

Check out these healthy recipes:

'Crazy, Sexy Diet:' Kris Carr's 'Make Juice, Not War'

Dr. Savard's Secret Morning Mix High-Fiber Granola

Hello, Salad

Oscar Party Foods

Black Swan

Black and White Cookies

There are few foods that illustrate the tension between good and evil in "Black Swan" like the classic black and white cookie. A bit of chocolate, a bit of vanilla and a cakey base – this cookie is sure to be a winner with your friends.

Check out the recipe for these cookies and others "Black Swan" inspired dishes:

Mini Black-and-White Cookies

Emeril's Strawberry Shortcakes

Buddy's Vanilla Cake

Toy Story 3

Caramel Corn

What was your favorite toy as a kid? A large baby doll, a stuffed teddy bear or maybe a cowboy named Woody? "Toy Story 3" brings all these toys back to life and is a great excuse to eat like a kid again. For your family-friendly party try Trisha Yearwood's monkey break muffins with a side of caramel corn.

Check out these fun recipes:

Monkey Bread Muffins

Yummy Caramel Corn

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes

Oscar Party Foods

True Grit

Buffalo Wings

Everyone loves a classic cowboy story, so it was no surprise that "True Grit" was a favorite of critics and viewers alike. If there was one thing that wasn't so appealing about this gun-slinging fiesta it was the food. However, you can honor the film with Old West style foods like Emeril's spicy buffalo wings and classic blue cheese dipping sauce.

Try these rustic recipes:

Buffalo-Style Wings

Emeril's Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce

Emeril's Smoked Cheddar Grits

The Social Network

Salmon

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