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Your choice of cracker (like Ritz)
Orange cheese, preferably already sliced
A contrasting layer (Like white cheese slices)
Cut the slices of cheese into cracker-sized squares.
Cut the orange cheese into jack-o-lantern shapes by hand, or use a miniature cookie cutter if you're lucky enough to have one.
Lay the contrasting layer on the cracker, then top with the jack-o-lantern slice.