Throw a Fearful Fete in Honor of "The Walking Dead" Spinoff
Begin With a Bloody Beverage
This gin-based cocktail appriopriately recalls the do-or-die climate of zombie-fied society. We're A-positive this scarlet-hued cocktail will be a hit.
The favorite gal's night glug, sangria, gets a deadly update. Most of "The Walking Dead" takes place in the swampy plains of Georgia -- have your guests imbibe slimy "swamp" sangria to please both palates: the festive and the fearful.
Serve Bony Bites
And you thought chewing on your fingernails was gross. But munch on this: these Asain-glazed chicken wings look a lot like barbecued human fingers. Terminus-style sure does taste delicious!
A Decomposed Salad Course
Zombies go for a more 'decayed' flavor, but your human guests will appreciate a fresh, fall-flavored salad. Strategically arranged, this dish will look like the decomposing remains of plants on a forest floor.
Why stop with finger-munching? For a main dish, these oven-roasted ribs will remind your guests to give thanks they don't live in a cannibal-invested landscape.
Blood and Guts Bow Ties
Remember when Rick literally chewed off a guy's neck? We won't suggest that dish, but this baked bow-tie casserole closely resembles gory guts.
For Dessert: Carol's Cookies
In the paradisical Alexandria, the survivors chanced upon the best sort of rescue: cookies. Carol baked a delicious batch, then proceed to steal a few guns and threaten a child. All in day's work during the zombie apocalypse.
Make a Graveyard to Honor Those We've Lost
In a world infested with the flesh-eating undead, the body count is always rising. Use this graveyard pie as an opportunity to memorialize the late and great characters of the most-watched cable series in history.