>HELP QUICK...I need some quick ideas about spooky looking foods etc for a
>halloween party tonight...any help is appreciated [and the sooner the better]
I'm probably too late for this year's halloween, but here's a few ideas
from a halloween party my kids went to last night.
Home made bread with the added ingredient of purple foor colouring. This
was then sliced and made into what is called here "fairy bread" - I don't
know if this is a party food known in the USA, but it consists of sliced
buttered bread sprinkled with "hundreds and thousands" (small (about pin
head sized) multi-coloured candy decorations)
Jelly (Jello to my American friends) with candy snakes, spiders, frogs or
any other "creepy" critters mixed through.
The above idea of food colouring in bread can, of course, be adapted to
almost any food to give it a suitably "gross" appearance. Green and purple
seem to be the most effective colours...
Grant O'Neil _r| Ll\
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