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Old 10-14-2004, 09:59 AM   #11
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Grateful Dead Cocktail:

Ingredients:

1/4 fluid ounce vodka
1/4 fluid ounce rum
1/4 fluid ounce tequila
1/4 fluid ounce triple sec liqueur
1/4 fluid ounce raspberry flavored liqueur
2 fluid ounces cola-flavored carbonated beverage

Directions:

In a rocks glass over ice, combine vodka, rum, tequila, triple sec and raspberry liqueur. top with cola to taste.
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Old 10-25-2004, 03:30 PM   #12
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I found these today & thought they were cute.

http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/...recipeId=36650
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Old 10-26-2004, 07:41 AM   #13
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a cute one i've seen bunches of times is to stuff not-too-hot caramel corn into plastic gloves and when they're cool, you use candy corn to make fingernails.

just an afterthought...
a batch of rice krispies treats treats dyed orange with paste food coloring and a batch dyed black with paste food coloring would be reallly yummy.
maybe a little spritz of non-sstick spray into each glove would help prevent sticking, especially if you smushed and scrunched the goveve to distubrute the spray. :?:
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Old 10-30-2004, 02:37 PM   #14
 
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Halloween snack mix:

1/2 cup blood drops (red hots)
1/2 cup cats eyes (blanched almonds or gum drops)
1/2 cup cats claws (sunflower seeds)
1 cup chicken toenails (candy corn)
1 cup colored flies (M & M's)
1 cup butterfly wings (corn chips)
1 cup ants (raisins)
1 cup earthworms (cheese curls)
1 cup cobwebs (Triscuits)
1 cup snakes eyes (peanuts)
1 cup bats bones (shoestring potatoes)

Mix together in a large bowl. Serve with several pints of blood punch or Grateful Dead drinks.
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Old 10-30-2004, 03:00 PM   #15
 
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Halloween chili:

1 1/4 lb ground goblin gizzards (ground beef 15% fat)
1 md eye of Cyclops (onion)
15 oz can soft shelled beetles (kidney beans)
28 oz can blood of bat (V8 juice)
1/8 tsp pureed wasp (prepared mustard)
1/4 tsp common dried weed (oregano)
1 dash redtailed hawk toenails (crushed redpepper)
2 tsp ground sumac blossom (chili powder)
1 tsp hemlock (honey or sugar)
1/2 cup fresh grubs (sliced celery)
1 tbsp eye of Newt (pearled barley)
1 tbsp dried maggots (uncooked rice)
water from a stagnant pond (tap water)

Best made during the last phase of the moon, if that is not possible, just do the best you can in a softly lighted kitchen after dark. Brown the gizzards in an iron cauldron over a fire made from the siding off of a haunted house, add chopped eye of cyclops and simmer until the pieces of eye become translucent again, add blood of bat, and soft shelled beetles, bring to a slow bubbling boil. At this time, add the common weed, maggots, toenails, sumac, grubs, hemlock, eye of newt and the pureed
wasp. As it cooks you may want to adjust the consistency with pond
water. You can tell it is done when the eye of newt swells and the
vertical tan colored 'cats eye' appears on one side.
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