BOO! Metblog Halloween Countdown: Day 10

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Jack O’Tini

2 oz Stoli Vodka
1/4 oz Pumpkin Puree
1 tsp Lemon Juice
2 oz Orange Juice

Place a large soup pot filled with water on the stove to boil. Carve the tops from the pumpkins and set aside. Scope out the interior and seeds, leaving a think shell. Discard the seeds and flesh, or use in another recipe. Place the pumpkins in the boiling water, and boil for approximately one minute. Remove and drain. Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Strain into the pumpkin. Serve with a black straw.


Jack ‘O Lantern Quesadillas with Chipotle-Maple Pumpkin and Black Beans

I love me some Mexican food, especially black beans and quesadillas. This recipe provides a little Halloween twist on a lunch and dinnertime staple. Pumpkin puree, chipotle chili powder and maple syrup are combined and then grilled between two tortillas with black beans. For the extra Halloween-obsessed nut, take a paring knife and cut Jack ‘O Lantern eyes and a mouth into the tortilla and serve.


Remlinger Farms and Biringer Farm are just two farms among the many pumpkin patch and corn field options that stretch out into the surrounding Seattle areas. Remlinger Farms offers tractor rides to a you-pick pumpkin field, and a farmer’s market with pumpkins and produce, restaurant and country fair with rides and attractions for children. Times for each event vary. Remlinger Farms, 32610 N.E. 32nd St., Carnation, $8 to $10.

Biringer Farm has a 10-acre corn maze with 3.7-mile trail; Pumpkin Country with acres of pumpkins, train ride, kids’ activities and Scary Nights in the Cornfield from 7 to 11 p.m. Biringer Farm, Highway 529 between Everett and Marysville; maze $7 to $8 person, Scary Nights $12.

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