Top 10 Fictional Foods Fans Would Die To Have

How many of us dreamed of having a food or drink we see on television or on the big screen? Many fans would pay anything and any amount to find the following things starring back at them:

1. Butterbeer:

This was first introduced in the Harry Potter book series in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and is now popular amongst fans. It is described as a drink of choice and contains a small amount of alcohol, which has a negligible effect on Witches and Wizards. Although, the so called drink is sold in the theme park, nothing compares it to the actual drink. Fans keep dreaming about what it would actually taste like.

 

2. Krabbie Patties

These are foods that were popularized in Sponge Bob Squarepants, the TV Show hit. The recipe is top secret and makes people like Chum Bucket want to steal it. The question many kids have relates to whether it is made of crab cakes or burger.

 

3. Lembas:

This was a popular food item in Lord of the Rings trilogy. It is an item which will keep you going for the whole day. It is also nutritious and tasty to have unlike those 5 hour energy drinks which are full of sugar.

 

4. Tomacco:

Why the need to smoke when you can create this Simpsons’ vegetable. It is created as a hybrid of the tomato and tobacco plant. In this episode, Homer accidentally planted and fertilized tomato and tobacco plants with plutonium. The fruit item had a tobacco brown centre and a red crust like a tomato. Addictive and of course can substitute smoking anytime.

 

5. The Big Salad:

The big salad was very popular at Monk’s during the 1990s sitcom run of Seinfeld. They even dedicated their 88th episode to it. However, what went inside this salad? What made this salad so popular that all the major characters in Seinfeld loved it? Pickle Barrel tried to mimic the salad, but it’s not the same. Similarly to the one in New York diner which gave the original idea. Both salads tasted differently.

 

6. Green Eggs and Ham:

Many children and adults are fascinated over the contents of this delicacy. The book written by Dr. Seuss, is the fourth best-selling English language children’s book. It is written in simple vocabulary that many kids at early age can read.

 

7. Hair Soup:

This soup is magical, especially since it is made and introduced by the Spellman’s in the series, Sabrina the Teenage Witch. It makes a person’s bum get bigger and was used on a teacher who was not fair.

 

8. Humble Pie:

Many of you know the literal term, but never thought there was an actual food item. In the Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sabrina and Zelda were both given that pie to better understand reality and to get a taste of reality as well.

 

9. Stone Soup:

This is part of a folklore that revolves around hungry strangers who persuade local people of a town to get them food. The soup mostly contains boiled water and a large stone. It tastes wonderful and needs a bit of garnish. As the travellers are creating the soup, more villagers come to offer ingredients. Soon the stone soup becomes something else and something marvelous.

 

10. Scooby Snacks:

These snacks were popularized by Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? Scooby-Doo would do just about anything to receive a bite. He is quite popular amongst kids and would definitely be able to influence his viewers, including kids in my home.

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