Halloween Kids' Costumes in Food Network Magazine


In the latest issue of Food Network Magazine, there's a spread called "Good Eats, Great Costumes" that features kids' Halloween costumes designed by Amanda Kibler, the "single-person wardrobe department" for Good Eats with Alton Brown, complete with very detailed instructions. The impressive costumes — bacon, eggs, a slice of pizza, a cupcake, a small fries — are "made with everyday items from around the house and simple crafts-store goods" and can be made simply with a glue gun. There's absolutely no reason that a full-size adult couldn't make these genius costumes for themselves.

In the online version, for some reason or other, the photo cuts off the bottom of some of the costume, so here are the full spreads from the magazine:


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