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 [...]
To maintain anonymity as the upcoming New York Times restaurant critic, here are some disguises Sam Sifton should consider.
Clockwise, from top left: Gael Greene, Kanye West, Donald Trump, Groucho Marx, Adam West-era Batman, and the Unabomber.
Food-themed Halloween costumes were hot this year with celebrities—witness Harrison Ford dressed up as a giant pea pod. [via]
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon dressed up as milk and cookies for Halloween. [via]
Check out the costume worn by Bette Midler to the New York Restoration Project's 13th annual Hulaween gala at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. The NYRP is Bette Midler's non-profit to raise money to restore parks and community gardens; Alice Waters was the event's honoree. [via]
If you don't have a costume for Halloween, here are some ideas: Food Marathon's suggestions of Super Mario Batali, Surgeon Gemeril, or Bobby Flayvor Flav.