Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Food uglifiers

Make food in the 'fridge look ugly to keep other people from eating it
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Ward off roomies, brothers, sisters, rude guests etc with little food grade plastic facsimiles of mold and/or dead bugs placed stratigically over your munchies. The people who eat food that they're not welcome to always seem to be the last people who would clean the refrigerator of ugly rotten food. your food will be waiting safely for you.
Ratita de Bodega, Aug 16 2002

Peanut Butter Soup http://www.therecip...ox/soup/sou0212.htm
Despite the initial reaction to the name, this is good soup. [Amos Kito, Oct 04 2004]


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       Baked in this household, at least when my Fianceé cooks.
thumbwax, Aug 16 2002
  

       When I was a kid I used to make Jello pudding. I'd tint it with food colo(u)ring to get a nice olive drab hue. No one ever touched it.
waugsqueke, Aug 16 2002
  

       Things like bugs, ladybirds and caterpillars - made of sugar, or colured cheese - to drop on salads, desserts etc. would be fun.   

       Croissant (with currants .... or are they flies ?)
8th of 7, Aug 16 2002
  

       One of my employees was raiding the fridge, but I fixed it by saying I'd cooked everything 'last week, but it doesn't smell or anything'.
pfperry, Aug 16 2002
  

       This sounds like collard greens.
Amos Kito, Nov 12 2002
  

       Are collard greens really bad?
bristolz, Nov 12 2002
  

       <are collard greens really that bad?> [bristolz] collard greens are not at all bad if eaten within an appropriate time frame for cooked vegetables, and assuming that you like cooked spinach/kale, etc.
Isis, Nov 12 2002
  

       This is way better than those lame containers labeled "toxic waste", etc, everyone knows they're fake. Although using a plain, opaque container labeled "stool sample" seems an effective deterrent.   

       As a man who has cooked for years, I know how to make food taste good and look bad if necessary, but that doesn't really work because people know that I make good tasting stuff.   

       Anyways, bun!
Spacecoyote, Dec 26 2008
  


 

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