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Hulu’s TV Food Companion Guide

November 16th, 2011 by Hulu Blog

We here at Hulu love TV, but we love food more. For Food Week, we decided to combine our #1 and #2 favorite things in life to come up with TV-inspired meals and snacks that you can eat while watching your favorite shows. Prune juice and a 24-pack of Ensure for your next Golden Girls marathon? YUM.

Check out our complete list of food companions below. And if you have one, tell us!

New Girl: Fair trade, locally grown jellybeans

Last Man Standing: Raw meat lightly charred on the dash of a Ford F-150

Revenge: Delicious poison

Gossip Girl:  1/4 rice cake

Parks & Recreation: See TomHaverfoods.com. Also, bacon-wrapped shrimp (Ron Swanson’s #1 food wrapped around his #3 food)

The Vampire Diaries: Sexiest neck available

Monk: 16-times-washed lettuce

My Name is Earl: Half-eaten corn on the cob

Grimm: Voodoo Doughnuts with real voodoo

Mad Men: Whiskey w/ a drop of shame

Arrested Development: Mayoneggs. Invented by Ann Veal (Her?)

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Boiled milk steak with a side of raw jelly beans

Once Upon a Time:  Poisoned apples; too hot/too cold porridge

Hoarders: Stale bread and packets of ketchup from 1987; or anything expired/discontinued will do (Crystal Pepsi, 3D Doritos, etc.)

Burn Notice: Yogurt

30 Rock: Sabor de Soledad chips. Unless you’re going to a Lemon party; In that case, you’ll need to ask your dad to bring the lemons

House: A handful of Vicodin

Psych: Pineapple

The Simpsons: D’oh-nuts

Pan Am: Peanuts

Alf: Cats

The Cosby Show: Puddin’ and/or Jello

Pasta: Pasta

Sliders: Sliders

Family Guy: Kool Aid with wall debris

Last comment: Nov 17th 2011 1 Comment
  • Soul of Wit says:

    Glee: The obvious choice is a Slurpee(r), er, Slushie, but I’d go with obsessively-washed veggies, prepared by everyone’s favorite redhead teacher.

    Twin Peaks: Pie and a mug of damn fine coffee (and hot!)

    Dexter: Doughnuts

    Breaking Bad: Pancakes and blue Gatorade(r)

    Seinfeld: Junior Mints(r)

    Curb Your Enthusiasm: Baby Jesus cookie

    Those last two really revolve around food. Larry David and food, hmm?