Getting ready to watch The Matrix Resurrections? Are you marathoning the first three? Then you better make The Matrix movie menu to pair with it.
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After 18 years, today marks the release date of the fourth Matrix Movie Resurrections!
It had been a hot minute since I had seen the original three, so in preparation we hosted a movie marathon. Of course no movie marathon I host is complete without a full on-theme menu (check my LOTR menu).
I present to you, The Matrix Movie Menu for your enjoyment while also preparing for seeing the newest addition to the series today. One meal for each movie. Although I suppose I may need to amend this depending upon what food items are referenced in the fourth movie.
To start the day off right, I made a protein-rich porridge with raspberry and blueberry “pills”.
This protein-rich porridge or mush was really the only food in Zion comprising of all the nutrients you need: protein, vitamins, minerals, and amino acid colloids. But its consistency was not desirable, resembling running eggs or snot.
“Do you know what it really reminds me of? Tasty Wheat. Did you ever eat Tasty Wheat?”
Thankfully my protein-powder amplified cream of wheat was far from undesirable and the entire pot was gobbled up prior to starting The Matrix Movie marathon.
But first… red and blue pill shots!
“You take the blue pill, the story ends; you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.“
The red had pop rocks to shock the system into reality. Speaking of being shocked, I took a poll in my Instagram story and was quite shocked at how many people chose the blue pill. I guess ignorance is bliss.
After the first movie, I made Chicken Lo Mein Noodles.
“I used to eat there. Really good noodles.“
While Neo doesn’t explicitly say what type of noodles he is reminiscing about, I took the liberty of deciding it was lo mein noodles. After all, does it matter when it wasn’t actually real?
Of course I had to make sure we had some of the Oracle’s chocolate chip cookies and wrapped candies.
“Oh, don’t worry about it. As soon as you step outside that door, you’ll start feeling better. You’ll remember you don’t believe in any of this fate crap. You’re in control of your own life, remember? Here, take a cookie. I promise, by the time you’re done eating it, you’ll feel right as rain.“
I’d like to think my own chocolate chip cookies could have this same effect on people. They certainly left me feeling quite happy.
Prior to the third movie I served steak that Bob had cooked in the sous vide served with roasted potatoes and wine.
“You know, I know this steak doesn’t exist. I know that when I put it in my mouth, the Matrix is telling my brain that it is juicy and delicious. After nine years, you know what I realize? Ignorance is bliss.“
As I mentioned above, lots of you would prefer the blue pill filled with tasty steaks. To be fair, I can’t say I blame you. The freed life in The Matrix is not pleasant in any form. But if I knew the truth I am not sure I could go back.
Last but not least, the orgasm chocolate cake.
Visually, it appeared to be an innocent slice of gourmet chocolate cake. Upon consumption, hidden lines of code triggered a powerful orgasm within the woman.
This devil’s food nutella cake may not be as fancy looking as the one in the movie, but my chocolate loving friends were all about it. Although it didn’t have the same end results, I’m actually glad it didn’t cause any orgasms because that could have been quite awkward haha.
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