Happy Hunger Games, everyone!
With this week's release of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," we have food -- and Katniss Everdeen -- on our minds. What else would we be thinking about, when food is right in the title of the thing?
In honor of the gastric struggles of Panem, we made a list of all the foods eaten in "The Hunger Games" and "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," then ranked them, so that next time you say you're literally starving, Mom, you can remember that some poor child in District 11 is starving and would (literally) kill another child for your casual snacks.
May the (delicious) odds be ever in your favor.
20. Bones. Straight up bones.
Brittle. Little. Bones.
Get outta his face, man.
18. These berries.
Fruit isn't always a good idea.
Drinking booze that's just been used to sterilize wounds from a Peacekeeper beating is low.
16. This scone. (Baker unknown.)
Empty calories. Keep rocking those carbs and you'll have your own personal Hunger Games, Haymitch.
15. Haymitch's booze
The face of immediate regret.
14. This fancy-ass Tribute Center feast.
Mushy peas, with a side of tension.
13. This bread. (Baker unknown.)
It ain't no Peeta loaf.
12. This barf juice.
Goes down easy, comes back up even easier.
11. More whiskey.
It tastes better out of fancy cups, we guess.
10. Squirrel, enjoyed solo with a side of paranoia.
Serious squirrel side-eye.
9. Soup, hand-fed.
They say it always tastes better when you don't have to move your arms.
8. This Capitol feast.
Look how happy everyone is over canapes and cocktails! Where's our invite?
7. Katniss' first drink of water in her first Games.
6. This water that came from a tree.
Tastes so good when it hits your lips.
5. This water in a festive coconut shell.
Presentation counts for a lot.
4. Bread (baked by Peeta).
Bread baked in the Victor's Village is finger lickin' good, if you ask Peeta.
3. This sugar cube.
Sweet, yet saucy.
2. Squirrel, shared with Rue.
They say squirrel tastes better when shared with a pal.
1. The O.G. Peeta bread.
Come on, as if it was going to be anything else at the top of the list. This is our Holy Carbohydrate.