BOO! Metblog Halloween Countdown: Day 11

Flying Spaghetti Monster from a Halloween gone past.
Photo by atonal via [Flickr]




Creepy Crawler Punch

4 cups of White Rum
4 cups of Blue Hawaiian Maui Schnapps
1 gallon of Orange Juice

Combine ingredients in a large punch bowl with a block of ice in the center. Dry ice is also good to use for effect.


Maggot Stew

Eww sick. All I have to say is that all these Halloween recipe titles are grossing me out. I’m searching through recipes titled Diaper Dump Porridge and Chunky Cat Barf. (Tune in for those recipes in the future…I know you want to!) So Maggot Stew is really a beef stew with orzo added. And beef stew is good. Never fear.


Halloween is focused around the little kiddies, eh? Well, I don’t have them, so I have to live vicariously in my adult life. But, for those of you who do have kids, The Seattle Art Museum is hosting Family Fun: Creepy Critters at the Olympic Sculpture Park from 10 a.m. to noon. Children age 3 to 12 are invited to explore the bugs living in the Neukom Vivarium at the Olympic Sculpture Park, then create a critter costume just in time for Halloween.

If you’re an adult without children, get your own costume together! Time’s a tickin’! My favorite place to costume hunt is Red Light on Broadway–two floors of brand new and used costumes, wigs, shoes and all the accessories you can find. The Goodwill offers costume consultants on Saturdays during October from noon to 4 p.m. You also can find a good selection of costumes at the Red Light in the U-District, Champion Party Supply, and Display and Costume.

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