In "The Social Network" Sean Parker wines and dines Mark Zuckerberg and his friends at a trendy Manhattan restaurant. After countless apple martinis and plates of miso salmon Zuckerberg leaves the restaurant, ready to follow any advice Parker gives him. Though you may not agree that it's the best picture of the year, you're sure to make some new Facebook friends that will agree your Salmon Royale and grapefruit martinis are excellent.
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"Winter's Bone" is a dark tale about a girl named Ree who is searching for her father during the dead of winter in the Ozarks. She is poor, so she feeds her family on game she hunts herself. If this movie is your best picture pick, try this succulent roast that could make it to Ree's table for a special occasion.
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Nothing says British aristocracy quite like high tea. So, if you're a fan of "The King's Speech," treat your friends to the grand tradition of finger sandwiches and scones. In between bites you can practice your best posh English accents.
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Like many families, Nic and Jules use dinnertime to bond with their kids Laser and Joni in "The Kids Are All Right." When sperm donor Paul enters the picture, things get a little more complicated, until they all begin to bond over dinner. You can feast like this family by enjoying a meal of grilled marinated skirt steak with wilted spinach. If you're anything like mom Nic you'll pair it with a nice red wine.
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