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We are into week three of Halloween Horror Nights 2022 Orlando. We can't wait to experience The Weeknd house again. This year, Universal has incorporated most of the food booths into the storylines for the houses or scare zones. The efforts of Universal's Culinary Team will fully immerse guests into the storytelling of the Universal Creative Team. Join us as we talk about the best eats at Halloween Horror Nights 31. â
As we barely make our way out of Horrors of Halloween, we make our way to the Gramercy Park area. Someone in our group has found something she just had to get. If you tried any food at Horror Nights 30, you understand the hype for the fried peanut butter and jelly. Last year Universal fried a Smuckers Grape Uncrustable, then covered it in hot honey and chili flakes. This year, it looks like Universal took a crack at making housemade PB&J's and topped it with hot maple syrup and chili flakes. So there is a slight change in ingredients, but it still tastes as great as before. This item and the fried Oreos have become a staple of the event. We hope to see it return next year.
Just down the street is the Petrified Rat Tails. You'll notice this year that many of the offerings have odd names and maybe have ingredients you wouldn't think work well together. Still, somehow they work. That's the case with this beauty. With the Petrified Rat Tails, you'll find funnel cake fries topped with Florida Bay seasoning, creamy crab dip, and sliced scallions. We've had this treat a couple times for science, and they haven't failed us since. When your funnel fries are hot out of the fryer and topped with warm crab dip, you've got an addictive treat. â
Well, that's all we could eat for now. Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter as we post the latest news and best treats we find around Universal. We'll see you guys in the fog; stay hydrated.
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