You can use your favorite meatloaf or meatball recipe for this. The important part is to shape it into a Frankenstein like in the photo below. The “stitches” are made of slivers of black olives and the eyes are put in after Frankie comes out of the oven. They’re simply slices of green olives with pimentos in them.
This shows how you can use your imagination to make holiday food more fun for children and adults alike.
Many thanks to Diane and Dawn Yannucci and Jackie Walsh for the scary dinner!
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