an MCU menu
November 2, 2016
One of the ideas I’ve been noodling with lately is geeky theme dinners. Like, Harry Potter would be an excellent choice, especially if you could manage floating candles over the table. (Google brings up dozens of sites on the topic.) Lord of the Rings would also be excellent. Or an Unexpected Hobbit Party? Like this? There’s A Feast of Ice and Fire, the Game of Thrones cookbook. (Not recommended for weddings.) I would love to do something like this someday.
So I got to thinking what I would serve at an MCU-themed dinner.
Fondu, of course. And shwarma.
For Steve Rogers: meatloaf and apple pie. The meatloaf would have green chili because Steve is always up for trying new things.
I would need to comb through the movies and ID every cocktail that ends up in Tony Stark’s hand. Especially at the party at the start of Age of Ultron. I’d need to find out what dish Vision is trying to make — and getting wrong — for Wanda in Civil War.
Thor would need a Viking feast. A big roast bird, lentil stew, hearty bread. Mead.
Along with food actually served in the movies, ideally every character would have a dish to represent them, which means I’d need to figure out something for Nick Fury, Bruce, Clint, Sam, and so on. A lot of these dishes totally would not go together, but somehow we’d make it work. Much like the Avengers themselves.
Oh, and I almost forgot. Wait for it. . .wait for it. . .