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Actress Alexis Bledel of the TV drama Mad Men arrives at the 19th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California January 27 2013.Reuters

Anyone who has watched Gilmore Girls knows that the mother-daughter duo Lorelai and Rory are not health freaks. They crave junk food throughout the day and are unapologetic about indulging themselves with pizzas and coffee any time of the day. So it is no wonder that any party they throw is going to have plenty of junk.

If you are planning a Gilmore Girls Revival viewing party, then make sure to stock up on these following food items:

Asian food is a must: Remember the episode when Rory and Logan's plans to visit Asia got postponed, and Lorelai attempted to cheer Rory up by making dessert sushi? This proves that Rory and Lorelai love Japanese. Sadly, they do not agree on Indian food. But that hasn't stopped Rory from relishing garlic naan and samosa once in a while.

LORELAI: Oh, you're ordering the Indian food?
RORY: Yup.
LORELAI: Good, enjoy. Can you burn the house down afterward, 'cause that's the only way we'll get the smell out.

The Rory Cocktail: Rory's 21st birthday party introduced viewers to a signature cocktail that Luke described as "drinking a My Little Pony." It is a sweet drink that packs a punch.

Burgers: It's no secret that Lorelai is fond of large cheeseburgers, and the same goes for her daughter as well.

Tacos: There is no specific time to grab a taco, and it is one of the most mentioned food items in the series.

Coffee: These following quotes will prove just how much the Gilmore Girls love their coffee.
If it was physically possible to make love to a hot beverage, this would be the one.

Coffee-coffee-coffee is a saying. Like an exaggeration. It's a funny, desperate cry for caffeine.

I can't stop drinking the coffee, I stop drinking coffee, I stop doing the standing, and the walking, and the words-putting-into-sentences doing.

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life will premiere on Netflix on November 25.