What do Zombies Make For Dinner? (Slideshow)

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Zombies are on the hunt for dinner
Maryse Chevriere

Zombies will love a bloody sausage link. 

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Blood Sausage Recipe

Maryse Chevriere

Zombies will love a bloody sausage link. 

Click here to see the Blood Sausage Recipe

Bloody Eyeball Cookies Recipe

These bloody eyeballs are the perfect scary treat for a Halloween zombie party.

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Meringue Bones Recipe

These meringue bones are perfect as a scary treat for a Halloween party.

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Brain Gelatin Recipe

Spook your guests this Halloween with this brain gelatin that tastes better than it looks. 

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Deep-Fried Brains Recipe

Serve these deep-fried brains is you are having zombies over for dinner. 

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Braised Beef Tongue with Smoked Beets Recipe

This recipe might seem like a bit of a project — the pistachio vinaigrette, ideally, should sit for about two nights — but it's well worth the wait and all the work. 

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Vin Santo Chicken Liver Crostini Recipe

Chopped liver is the perfect topping for a crispy crostini.

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Tripe and Chickpea Stew Recipe

Serve this stew with crusty bread as a great starter for a Spanish meal.

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Grilled Veal Heart Recipe

Heart is probably the most accessible of organ meats. It may be daunting in appearance, but it's meaty and firm and cooked, and tastes very good. It is prepared in this manner in various corners of Lazio, Umbria, and Tuscany. Most butchers will special-order veal heart for you.

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Victim's Vomit (Slow Cooked) Recipe

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This may sound disgusting, but we promise this dish will make you do anything but vomit.

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Chris Cosentino's Beef Heart Tartare - Puttanesca Style Recipe

When Chris Cosentino of San Francisco’s Incanto needs a go-to recipe, he looks to beef heart.

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