At midnight, Taylor Swift released her long-awaited eleventh album The Tortured Poets Department. Then the singer gave her fans a 2 a.m. surprise — The Tortured Poets Department as a double album with 15 extra songs.

“I’d written so much tortured poetry in the past 2 years and wanted to share it all with you, so here’s the second installment of TTPD: The Anthology,” captioned Swift in her Instagram post. “And now the story isn’t mine anymore… it’s all yours."

Each track on TTPD: The Anthology offers a unique flavor experience. Keep reading to discover what food you should eat while listening to your favorite song through your tears.

“Fortnight:” Red wine

“Fortnight” has a sultry vibe that I think pairs well with red wine.

“The Tortured Poets Department:” Seven bars of chocolate

This one’s self-explanatory.

“My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys:” Chocolate smash hearts

Nothing is more satisfying than smashing a chocolate heart.

“Down Bad:” A pint of Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream

We’ve all been down bad for someone. A pint of your favorite ice cream (for me it’s Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Fudge Brownie), tissues, and your favorite show are the only solutions.

“So Long, London:” Red Bull

“My spine split from carrying us up the hill,” yeah, Taylor Swift is going to need something to give her a boost of energy like Red Bull after carrying this relationship on her back.

“But Daddy, I Love Him:” Sour Patch Kids

The contrast between the verses and the chorus takes the listener on a journey; feeling depressed while building up to anger. A Sour Patch Kid is first sour then sweet, just like this song.

“Fresh Out The Slammer:” Mac & Cheese

Mac & Cheese is that bit of brightness that matches an hour of sunshine, but also a staple American dish to go along with the “I'm the girl of his American dreams” lyric.

“Florida!!!:” Mimosa

Florida is known as the “Orange State,” but I couldn’t be cliche and give the song oranges, that doesn’t match the vibe here. A Mimosa is a mixture of orange juice and champagne that could lead to regrets if you have one too many.

“Guilty as Sin?:” Chocolate chips

This is actually a double meaning: for one, eating chocolate chips in handfuls is my guilty pleasure. “Guilty as Sin?” references Swift’s long-term relationship with Joe Alwyn and how she felt stuck, fantasizing about others. “We’ve already done it in my head, if it’s make-believe why does it feel like a vow we’ll both uphold somehow?” The chocolate chips pair well with her tears and sexual desires.

“Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?:” Shots of vodka

Shots of vodka because I’m afraid of the alcohol. Absorbing this power ballad feels the same as absorbing a shot of the strongest vodka you can find.

“I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can):” Cheese (any and all kinds)

The song references dopamine, and, if you didn’t know, cheese tends to increase your dopamine levels when consumed. But also, I truly believe that cheese can fix any dish.

“loml:” Chicken noodle soup

This kind of heartbreak is borderline ill. Take a break from balling your eyes out and get some nutrients in.

“I Can Do It With A Broken Heart:” Birthday cake

This one’s obvious: “I’m so depressed, I act like it’s my birthday every day.”

“The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived:” Bitter dark chocolate

“The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived” is a strong and intense song reminiscent of the bitterness in dark chocolate.

“The Alchemy:” White wine

Not only does Taylor Swift sing, “These chemicals hit me like white wine,” but this song evokes a sense of elegance and sophistication similar to white wine.

“Clara Bow:” Macaron

A hand-crafted macaron represents the captivating presence and beauty of “Clara Bow.”

“The Black Dog:” Black coffee

The raw emotion of betrayal, heartbreak, and bitterness in “The Black Dog” bears resemblance to bitter black coffee while providing a sense of warmth.

“imgonnagetyouback:” Buffalo chicken sandwich

I can’t explain it, but the fiery impact of this song makes me crave the taste of buffalo.

“The Albatross:” Vodka cran

The reference to liquor combined with the sense of innocence makes me think of a vodka cran. This drink can be seen ordered by most 21-year-olds as their “go-to,” which is why it reminds me of innocence.

“Chloe or Sam or Sophia or Marcus:” Smoothie bowl

There are complex layers in both “Chloe or Sam or Sophia or Marcus” and a smoothie bowl, but the lyric “internet starlet” makes me think of trendy foods which is why a smoothie bowl came to mind.

“How Did It End?:” Whiskey

“How Did It End?” brings the mind to a somber and reflective mood and the deep flavors of whiskey mirror the depth of the protagonist’s emotions and the complexity of relationships.

“So High School:” Cheese pizza

Pizza, a classic, reminds me so much of my high school years since it was basically half my diet back then.

“I Hate It Here:” Herbal tea

The song’s theme of escapism and seeking inner peace can evoke the need for tranquility and relaxation which can be provided by herbal tea.

“thanK you alMee:” Tiramisu

The layers of tiramisu portray the layered emotions in “thanK you aIMee” where the narrator journeys from pain and struggle to growth and healing.

“I Look in People’s Windows:” Mulled wine

Mulled wine is comforting with a hint of melancholy which matches the song’s vibe.

“The Prophecy:” Hot cocoa

Imagine wrapping your hands around a mug of hot cocoa, feeling the warmth seep into your bones as you contemplate the lyrics of “The Prophecy.”

“Cassandra:” Chili

Chili is a comforting dish that can evoke feelings of home and warmth just like the emotional journey depicted in “Cassandra.”

“Peter:” Chicken tenders (with seemingly ranch)

“Peter” alludes to the Disney movie, “Peter Pan,” a classic kid’s film. It made me think of my childhood when all I wanted to eat was chicken tenders.

“The Bolter:” Champagne

Champagne is often associated with celebration, luxury, and sophistication, much like the lifestyle depicted in “The Bolter.”

“Robin:” Milkshake

Throughout “Robin,” Taylor Swift suggests a whimsical and youthful atmosphere, which aligns well with the nostalgic appeal of a milkshake.

“The Manuscript:” Fruity Pebbles

“Afterwards she only ate kids’ cereal and couldn’t sleep unless it was in her mother’s bed.” The song not only references kids’ cereal but also has a melancholic and reflective tone throughout.