If you thought that I had covered every type of Halloween-related cocktail and food recipes last year, you are quite mistaken. Here are my latest discoveries:
500 Caribbean Rum Recipes by Barb Mindar has a recipe for Voodoo Juice.
The Daily Cocktail by Dalyn Miller and Larry Donovan has a drink called Hammer Horror. They seem to think it’s a reference to MC Hammer, but us horror fans know of another possible explanation for the name.
The Joy of Mixology by Gary Regan offers two versions of the recipe for Satan’s Whiskers.
The Complete World Bartender Guide by Bob Sennett has a drink named after the horror-related hero, The Incredible Hulk.
Girls’ Night by Jaclyn W. Foley offers a quick how-to for preparing Lizard Slime
Dona Tomas: Discovering Authentic Mexican Cooking by Thomas Schnetz, Dona Savitsky, and Mike Wille claim that the Chupacabra is a type of Bloody Mary while Wikipedia says it’s a type of shot.
Speaking of Wikipedia, it also has a recipe for Dan Dunn’s Hayride cocktail.
Since we all know that eating plenty of food is a big part of drinking responsibly, here are some quick creepy recipes:
The Amazon preview for Matthew Mead’s Monster Book of Halloween offers many recipes (starting on page 11), including: Toothsome Tibias, Spider Bite, Ritzy Snake, The Evil Eye and Squirmy Worms.
Speaking of eyes, Custom Zombie has a recipe for edible eyeballs and Chateau Grrr has a recipe for Peanut Butter Eyeballs (along with recipes for Cannibal Cake and other tasty treats).
Finally, Atomic Mystery Monster alerted me to a recipe for faux pumpkin pie in a post by GeeMack made on November 22nd 2009, at 10:59 AM at this JREF forum thread.
Please drink responsibly!
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