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bunny...you will be the most popular mom at the party with these!
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bunny...you will be the most popular mom at the party with these!


I just noticed your smilie..........hahahaahahaha
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I was going to make these until RSH posted that eeeewwww picture!

Have you seen the snake I posted on the board yet?
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Talking Halloween Extra Bloody...Bloody Marys

Extra Bloody...Bloody Marys
Source: Henry's Farmers Market
Serves 6
Zesty spices and vampire-repelling garlic make these bloody marys extra special. Complete with garnishes impaled on a "stake," this concoction not only offers protection from Dracula, but is bloody tasty too. It repels vampires with or without vodka.
RECIPE INGREDIENTS

For the Bloody Mary:
2 limes, cut into wedges
1/2 cup celery salt
Juice of 4 limes
2 teaspoons celery seed, crushed
2 teaspoons paprika
2 teaspoons garlic powder
3 tablespoons horseradish
1 tablespoon hot sauce (to taste)
2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 quarts organic tomato or vegetable cocktail
12 ounces pepper or regular vodka, chilled in freezer
6 celery stalks

Optional, but if you want this to be a meal too...

For the Skewer Garnish:
6 wooden skewers


3 thick slices salami, cut into quarters
12 cloves pickled garlic
12 olives, of your choice
3 thick slices manchego cheese, cut into quarters

RECIPE METHOD

FOR THE BLOODY MARY:
Place celery salt in a shallow bowl. Run lime wedge around the rims of six pint glasses. Dip the glasses in the celery salt, so it creates a crust around the rim of the glass. Fill with ice, divide vodka evenly between the glasses, and set aside. Mix lime juice, spices, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper, tomato juice in a pitcher. Pour into glasses. Give the drink a quick stir, garnish with skewers and celery sticks, and serve.


FOR THE SKEWERS:
Assemble skewers, alternating ingredients, until they are gone. Place in Bloody Mary and serve.


Recipe reprinted by permission of Henry's Farmers Market. All rights reserved.
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Serves 1

2 ounces black vodka
2 ounces creme de cacao or coffee-flavored liqueur
1 scoop vanilla ice cream
Pinch of finely grated nutmeg, for garnish

In a glass, combine vodka and creme de cacao, and set aside. Place a scoop of ice cream in a highball glass, and slowly pour vodka mixture over ice cream. Garnish with nutmeg; serve immediately.

Screwed-Up Screwdriver

Serves 1

1/4 cup ice
1/2 cup freshly squeezed tangerine juice
1 1/2 ounces black vodka
1 black licorice twist, for serving

Place ice in a tall glass. Pour juice into glass. Pour vodka over the back of a cocktail spoon into glass so it sits on top of juice and creates a layer of black. Slice 1/4 inch off each end of licorice, and use as a straw. Serve immediately.

Berry Scary Martini

Serves 1

1 cup ice
1 ounce black vodka
2 ounces cherry juice
Fresh raspberries and blueberries, for garnish

Combine ice, vodka, and cherry juice in a cocktail shaker; shake vigorously. Pour into a martini glass. Thread raspberries and blueberries onto a cocktail skewer, and place in drink. Serve immediately.
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Wow! Those would look GREAT at a Halloween Party!
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Default Dead Man's Dip

Found this in Woman's Day and HAD to share it (for the Halloween party, of course)!



Serves 12

Active: 1 hr/Total: 1 hr

(The "coffin" is a hollowed out loaf of bread with a breadstick handle in front and a plastic skeleton buried in the dip)

INGREDIENTS:
1 unsliced loaf whole-wheat or brioche bread (about 1 lb)
1 regular breadstick
3 cans (14 oz each) artichoke hearts, drained
2/3 cup grated Parmesan
1/2 block (4 oz) fat-free or 1/3-less-fat cream cheese (Neufchâtel), softened
1/2 cup reduced-fat mayonnaise
1 clove garlic, crushed
1/2 tsp hot red pepper sauce
Decoration: paprika and a clean plastic toy skeleton
Dippers: baby carrots; red and yellow bell pepper strips; celery sticks; cucumber slices
You'll need: two 6-in. bamboo skewers and some toothpicks

PREPARATION:
1. To make the bread coffin: Using a serrated knife, horizontally slice through top third of bread loaf, keeping top of bread attached along the long side opposite you; this will be the coffin lid. Carefully raise lid three-quarters open. Insert a skewer through bread top at each back corner of the lid, carefully threading each skewer through the bottom part of the loaf. This will keep lid open. Using kitchen shears, snip top of skewers flush with bread lid.

2. Following the contours of the loaf, and starting 1/2 in. in from loaf edges, score a rectangle in cut surface of bread bottom with a small knife. Carefully discard bread from inside the rectangle, leaving a 1/2-in. bread wall on all sides and a hollow into which to put the dip. Hollow out bread from coffin lid. Insert 3 or 4 toothpicks into breadstick along one length. Attach breadstick handle to front of coffin.

3. Pulse artichoke hearts, Parmesan, cream cheese, mayonnaise, garlic and pepper sauce in food processor until finely chopped. (If serving hot, place dip in a microwave-safe bowl; microwave on high 3 minutes or until hot.) Carefully spoon dip into prepared bread coffin. Decorate with toy skeleton, if desired. Sprinkle top of dip with paprika. Serve with assorted dippers.

Plan Ahead: You can make the dip up to 3 days ahead and refrigerate, then heat in the microwave and serve hot or at room temperature. Make bread coffin up to 1 day ahead; store airtight at room temperature.
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Interesting, I have never seen black vodka.
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Default Halloween Hot Dog Mummies

Recipe Ingredients

Pack of hot dogs
One can of Pillsbury refrigerated breadsticks
Cooking spray
Popsicle sticks
Mustard & ketchup

Preparation

Step 1:
Heat oven to 375˚. Cut all 12 breadsticks lengthwise and crosswise into four pieces, making a total of 48 pieces.

Step 2: Cut all 12 breadsticks lengthwise and crosswise into four pieces, making a total of 48 pieces.

Step 3:
Cut the hot dogs in half crosswise.

Step 4: Push a popsicle stick into the cut end of each hot dog.

Step 5:
Wrap breadsticks randomly around each hot dog, covering all but a small portion near the top of the hot dog (to allow for a "face" for the mummy).

Step 6:
Place the wrapped hot dogs onto an ungreased cookie sheet and spray the Hot Dog Mummies lightly with cooking spray.

Step 7:
Bake the Hot Dog Mummies for 13 to 17 minutes until the dough is light brown.

Step 8:
Add eyes to the Hot Dog Mummies using the mustard and ketchup.

Step 9:
Serve warm with daubs of mustard and ketchup for dipping.
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