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A martini is the ideal medium for spectacular Halloween ice cubes -- and the very definition of an adult treat. Make extra "eyeballs" and lay in flavored seltzer; kids will want to share in this creepy delight.

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Look for radishes that are fairly uniform in size, so they will fit nicely into your ice-cube tray.

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  • sunlitsepia
    1 NOV, 2011
    These looked terrible- they turned the ice red-purple, they were foggy and hard to see the detail I put into them. I put them out anyway, since it was Halloween, but they weren't appetizing or cute at all. Then I found out they tasted and smelled terrible when melted. I will skip this for sure next year.
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  • geniegen
    19 OCT, 2010
    I'd use a lychee instead of the radish and put an olive in it. Would look the same and would probably taste much better..
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  • geniegen
    19 OCT, 2010
    I'd use a lychee instead of the radish and put an olive in it. Would look the same and would probably taste much better..
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  • jungle-jan
    22 OCT, 2008
    Why couldn't you use a miniature version that tasted like it belonged in the martinis......using pearl onions. I would think you could put a caper in the middle of it and freeze.....or use your imagination! ;)
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  • jungle-jan
    22 OCT, 2008
    Why couldn't you use a miniature version that tasted like it belonged in the martinis......using pearl onions. I would think you could put a caper in the middle of it and freeze.....or use your imagination! ;)
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  • jungle-jan
    22 OCT, 2008
    Why couldn't you use a miniature version that tasted like it belonged in the martinis......using pearl onions. I would think you could put a caper in the middle of it and freeze.....or use your imagination! ;)
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  • jungle-jan
    22 OCT, 2008
    Why couldn't you use a miniature version that tasted like it belonged in the martinis......using pearl onions. I would think you could put a caper in the middle of it and freeze.....or use your imagination! ;)
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  • mangiarone
    7 MAR, 2008
    Maybe add the eyeball ice cubes to bloody marys?
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  • mountain456
    16 NOV, 2007
    These look great and aren't that difficult to make, but they make the drinks taste terrible, unfortunately.
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