Urn of Talbot
For our dish-to-pass for the True Blood finale, Adam and I recreated the urn of vampire guts from Season 3. Made from strawberry Jell-O, Cool Whip, and roughly-cut fresh strawberries, Talbot was actually kinda delicious. If a but runny, by the time we ate him. The consistency ending up being kind of amazing for guts, too.
Little Debbie Pelt Snacks
Eric's HILARIOUS packaging. Who doesn't want a Cooter Cake?
"For Protection." Brought by Lee & Mary
Chips to kill a vampire, Urn of Talbot guts, and bottles of TrueBlood
Mmmm mmmm! Eat up those vampire guts, kids!
Shots of "V"
Anna brought vials of Vampire Blood
Summer's Biscuits & Chicken
Prepared by Matt A
The table, chock-full: Garlic Knots ("for Protection"), Urn of Talbot Innards, True Blood bottles, Twisty-Head Pretzels, Vampire Burritos, Cooter Cakes, Cosmic Brownies ("with candy-coated bits of True Blood"), and Summer's Biscuits.
Mary with a Mary
Brought and held by Christine (Eric's sister-in-law)
Lee does a shot of 'V'
And then she went craaaaaazy
No, Lee, no! Leave that biscuit out of Talbot!
Bloody Mary (in the glass), with celery garnish, tasty chicken, Summer's Biscuits, Talbot Guts Jell-O, Twisty-Head Pretzels, and Garlic Knots (for Protection)
Our urn of Talbot-innards! Strawberry Jell-o, Cool Whip, and roughly-cut strawberries