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Ok…I have to make a food item for halloween party-it needs to be creative, disgusting looking and delicious?

Do you have any ideas? It is for a contest!

5 Responses to Ok…I have to make a food item for halloween party-it needs to be creative, disgusting looking and delicious?

  • Lyss says:

    Make dirt. Decorate the top to look like a graveyard. It is so delicious. Its not all that disgusting but I guarantee you everyone will absolutely love it.

    Heres a sample recipe

    http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,196,139179-238206,00.html

  • chebrew2000 says:

    Go to Martha Stewart’s website for Halloween ideas.

  • shadow luver ? ™ happy halloween says:

    how about dip n dots in a box with runny chocolate

  • The A says:

    What I’ve found is making spaghetti and then putting red food dye in. It makes it look like brains, but hardly changes the taste at all – so it’s still delicious!

  • Jan H says:

    All the other ideas are good, but let me tell you what I did. I made an entire meal with colored food. My husband and kids were startled at first, but once they got into the meal, they really loved it. Each of my kids has repeated this at least once in their own marriages.

    I made meat loaf. I added an entire (small) bottle of green. It looked like moldy meat, but the taste was just like normal. I even had some of that colored ketchup, which really made it look awful.

    Mashed potatoes. Again, just like normal, except I made them blue.

    Gravy. Normal, just made it red.

    Corn. I just mixed some red and blue to make them purple. This was the least appetizing thing to me. It tasted ok, but I love corn, so it was hard to eat it purple.

    For a drink, I made (garbage dump juice). I just kept adding colors until it looked like dirty water. I actually used lemonade, but it did look pretty awful.

    For dessert, I made dirt cake. There are dozens of recipies for this. It was just full of gummy worms.

    I hope this helped. There is something about our eyes and the color of food. It is really difficult to get your mind around the diverse colors, but as long as the taste is normal, then it should be ok.

    Food coloring is harmless to the body, but it does change the whole dynamic of the pallett. It was a fun Halloween for our family! Good luck.

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