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  1. #11
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    green apple sour puss is a liquor according to the bottle that I just went and looked at. It is a green color and has a black cat on it with it's tongue sticking out. There are a few different flavors. Thanks for the suggestions, I think I will go with putrid pepperoni

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    Thanks yummum - you are a HUGE Help! And you're welcome
    ~ Super Freak

    I live in my own little world...but that's okay...they know me there

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    Quote Originally Posted by yummum29 View Post
    cheese brain
    hot spinach dip in a bread coffin ( thanks , Halloweenie)
    jerk chicken wings
    buffalo chicken dip
    stuffed bacon jalepenos
    pepperoni bread and dip
    dry ribs
    veggies and dip

    hamburgers and hotdogs at midnight

    candy buffet with homemade candy and caramel apples
    caramel marshmallow popcorn balls
    caramel apple dip
    assorted candies

    beergarita punch
    caramel apple shots
    assorted jello shots

    that's all that I can remember without my list handy. Some friends are bringing some faves of our get togethers, and I also have beer, wine, and the rest for drinks.

    I could use some help naming some of the menu though. Some are pretty obvious, like "bat wings" and ribs, etc. But, I'd love some suggestions on the pepperoni bread and jalepenos??

    YUMMUM - may I please have the recipe for the cheese brain...I have the jello mold, never made anything with it before. Thank you!

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    marigold... well, um, I'd love to .... I go to the grocery store, buy my favorite cheese ball, let it soften, push it into the brain mold that I first lined with saran wrap then sprayed with Pam. LOL... sorry, I spend too much time on jello shots! But a bought cheese ball works great. Halloweenie has a great cheese ball shaped into a pumpkin on her site. If you want a home made one, I would go with that one.

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    Doesn't need to be homemade!! Sounds just great!! Thank you!

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    Well, lets see...my menu is...
    Swedish meatballs
    Fried Teriyaki Chix bites(boneless chix, marinated, and deep fried)
    Buffalo Chix Dip with blue chips
    Cream cheese and Scallion Rangoons (homemade)
    Hot pepper jelly w/ cream cheese
    Veggie Tray with Dip
    Brain Cheese Dip- Thank you Yummum for the quick tip!
    Fried "backroom" chix tenders - local restaurant favorite!
    Usually these items are on the buffet inside -
    Dessert table - Candy buffet
    Red velvet cupcakes with gummy fingers
    Ginger snaps with pumpkin dip
    Fudge

    Passed appetizers
    - Meathead
    - Pulled pork sliders - (On tray with charred skelly). served with bbq sauce (lighter fluid label)
    - Any hot appetizer that arrives from guests...(I find they love to see their food being passed, and I would rather my food be the last to go instead of my guests)
    I also have another table all set up for guests who bring food - lots of food arrives! Sometimes too much!


    Beverages -
    H20, Sodas
    Spider Vein Shots- (pineapple infused vodka shots)
    Brain Hemmorage Shots
    Black Widow (Razzmataz, Red wine & cranberry punch) (might re-name and place in an unused gas can - to go with my charred skelly item!
    Embalming fluid (white wine topped with a splash of grenadine)
    Pumpkin ale
    Seasonal beer

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    Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies
    Broken Glass Cupcakes
    Toenail Brittle (peanut brittle)
    Oatmeal Scream Pies
    Poisoned Apples

    Boo-ternut Squash Soup
    Dead Man's Fingers
    Vegetable Vertebrae Wraps
    Seven-Layer Spider's Nest Dip
    Dried Bat Wings (blue corn chips)
    Spicy Black Bug Cakes (mini chipotle black bean and pumpkin burger patties)
    Stuffed Eyeballs

    Bleeding Heart Punch
    Warm Vampire Blood (hot cranberry punch)
    Mauled Apple Cider
    Veritaserum (water)
    Visit my blog, Very Vegan Holdiay. Fun holidays recipes and ideas, including Halloween!

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    Default Am I missing the recipes??

    See lots of good names...no idea how to make. Am I missing something?

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    @Super_Freak - this is the recipe I am using for the mini cheesecakes - she walks you through step-by-step and the recipe for all is at the bottom of the page.

    http://pinchmysalt.com/2006/10/02/mi...n-cheesecakes/

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    And my drinks - trying completely new ones this year, but I have assurances from the forum that they're awesome


    Ectoplasm (increase to make a full punch bowl)
    1 oz apple juice
    2/3 oz Pisang Ambon liqueur (bright green color, tropical fruit/banana flavored liqueur)
    2/3 oz lemon juice
    2/3 oz vodka
    Lemon-lime soda

    Pour all ingredients except lemon-lime soda(7-up) into a tall glass filled with cracked ice. Then finish drink by topping off with lemon-lime soda. Garnish with something spooky



    Dragon's Blood Punch
    Serves: about 20 to 25 servings

    Ingredients
    1 (46-ounce) can red punch (recommended: Hawaiian Punch)
    1 (46-ounce) can apple juice
    1 (48-ounce) bottle cranberry juice
    1 (2-liter) bottle ginger ale
    Ice cubes
    Berry vodka, optional
    Orange liqueur, optional

    Directions
    Combine all ingredients in a large punch bowl or pot. Add ice and stir.
    For grown up version, add 2 cups berry vodka and 1/2 cup orange liqueur.




    And I'm making the chocolate-covered cherry jello shots from here (rum soaked cherries in a creme de cacao with vodka jello shot, topped with a thin coating of chocolate magic shell and a dollop of Reddi Whip) - I'm thinking I'm going to greet guests at the door with this

    http://www.myscienceproject.org/j-shot-3.html

 

 
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