Oh, the Horror!

The food of the 1950s, 60s, and 70s in all of its photogenic glory endlessly fascinates me. It’s not just the pictures. Trying to imagine the flavor combinations, themselves, is at once nauseating and entertaining.

As disturbing as it sounds, I have always wanted to try recreating one of these monstrosities, maybe for Halloween.

Here are some of my sick favorites that I have renamed to better suit them. Want me to make one?:

The Texas Lettuce Massacre

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Hidden Treasure

The Thing with Three Eyes

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Look away!

The Beast that Ate Vienna

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Oh, Vienna.

Frankenstein’s Monster

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Igor loved peas.

The Ellen Ripley

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Game over, man!

The Technicolor Nightmare

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Death by Citrus

The Sandworm

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*spice*

The Others

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Shhhhhhhhhh!

The Jelly of the Lambs

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Great with some fava beans and a nice chianti

The Krakken!

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Don’t dream it. Be it.

The Little Shop of Hors d’oeuvres

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Feed Us Seymour

The Ring

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7 Days

Night of the Living Dinner

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Beeeeaaaans!

The Cake is a Lie

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For science, you monster.

Please let me know which one(s) you’d most like to see me make for Halloween!

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