Food Me Once, Shame On Me… # 6

Welcome back for another scrumptious serving of food related bloggery with yours chewly, Chef Benny LaLingua! Yes, foodists and eaters alike, it is I, your guide to the greater gourmet. This week, as promised, we’ll be following up with more yummy mummies, more tasty terrors for the coming Halloween! Join us for Edible Undeadable!” As with last week’s post, click the images to redirect to the original sites, replete with recipes and more photos.

Meatloaf Hand of the Unbread

burned hand

Off putting… Not gonna’ lie.

Are you throwing a party for Halloween? Do you need a simple, easy, and delicious way to disturb your guests and potentially ruin everyone’s appetite? I thought you might. Enter Meatloaf Hand, one creature you actually want to rise (in the oven, that is). This is no ordinary dish, you see, for the Unbread will never cease to satisfy both the appetite and our innate, macabre fascination with death!



Doctor! I need a napkin, stat!

A lovely edition to any Halloween snack table: Ew-Tips! Marshmallows dipped in chocolate disguised as the waxy residue produced within the ear’s labyrinthine architecture. The key to a good Halloween treat is to cause equal parts repulsion and attraction in the potential snacker.

Blood Slide Suckers



This candy catastrophe is not for the faint of heart, but for those of us who like our treats sadistic, as well as sweet, this is an exciting prospect. A creative, relatively easy way to push the boundaries of food’s expressive potential.

Eye Need A Drink


Oh, c’mon!

And what Halloween Party would be complete without Boos! To spruce up any old cocktail, all you need is a little time and creativity. These cocktail onions have been expertly outfitted with hot-sauce and slices of olives to complete the, “waiter, there’s an eyeball in my vodka!” look. Flavorful and unsettling!

Regardless of just how gross you need your grub for Halloween this year, Chef Benny LaLingua wants you to eat your heart out! Just not literally…

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