Friday, October 14, 2005

Lorraine a' Malena's Halloween Kitchen

Lorraine and I are planning a halloween party extravaganza and we wanted to share our ideas with you! So, check out our Halloween page and if you have something spooky to add, email us and we'll post it!
Music and Magic,

Malena

http://www.lorraineamalena.com/halloween.html

6 Comments:

At 6:37 AM , Blogger ivenotime said...

Here is a quick and easy recipe:
Witch Hat Cookies
Chocolate Covered Mint Patty Cookies
Hershey Kisses
Orange Decorator Frosting with assorted tips, if desired

Place a dab of frosting in the middle of each cookie, and place an unwrapped hershey kiss on top. Decorate hat as desired or leave as is.

Another fun idea (great for bachelor/bachelorette parties too)

1 or 2 recipes of your favorite cheese dip
2 to 3 large packages of cream cheese
Food Coloring (I use Wilton, as the color is very intense)

Make up one or two batches of your favorite dip recipe and shape into any body part desired on a plate. Let cream cheese soften at room temperature and begin to add food coloring, just a little at a time, to achieve a flesh tone - I use a bit of orange, a bit of red, maybe a bit of blue to tone it down
Cover your body part with the flesh toned cheese, and get creative! You can sever joints, create wounds- use chili sauce, chipped beef, pepper jelly, salsa for ooze....whatever you desire!

The songs are great, can't wait to receive the cd, will be playing it for my class on halloween. Have a great weekend!

 
At 10:04 AM , Blogger Fabulous Lorraine said...

i am stilling laughing about " any desired body part" and " cover you body part in..." methinks i have been in the studio to long.....very fun! thanks for sharing!

 
At 4:14 PM , Blogger Appleblossombeck said...

I don't think most people think of this one as Halloweeny, but it's *yummy*, so who cares right? The world needs more yummy, I say. So my father in law gave me this recipe for wassail that is totally perfect for warming up on a cold night, and it's kind of blood colored, which is good.

2 qts. apple cider or juice
1 pt. cranberry juice
sugar to taste
1 tsp bitters
2 cinnamon stick
1 tsp whole allspice
1 smal orange studded with whole cloves

Dump everything in a crockpot and cook it on low for 2-3 hours, or on high for 1 hour. If you don't have a crockpot, just simmer it gently for an hour or so--really it's just done when it smells so good you can't stand it. Also, I'm addicted to cloves and use more than are strictly called for. I'm making some as we speak, and plan on trying with some vodka for *really* cold nights...I'll post again and tell everyone how it works out! Yay Halloween!

 
At 6:51 AM , Blogger Connor Wilson said...

Every year my son Dylan and I have been building our Halloween animatronic display. This year we added 12 new figures and my wife had been making the clothes etc. but then I clued in that Halloween Costumes were the ideal solution - ya, ok I'm slow but...This year is really cool because we've done an HP Lovecraft display that I'm sure he'd appreciate but I'm not so sure he'd approve of this - The Necronomicon - Is it just me or is that just plain goofy ? Anyway, everybody is doing their own Haunted House thing now but hey - it's fun and if you've got kids I really suggest you try it yourself if you haven't already. It's a nice change from the usual Christmas Lights routine and a lot of scaaarrry fun. Happy Halloween everybody.

 
At 7:46 AM , Blogger Gazza said...

I have a restaurant recipe site/blog. It pretty much covers restaurant recipe related stuff.

Come and check it out if you get time :-)

 
At 9:46 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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