October 29th, 2010

Hungry for Halloween?

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She spends all day running four Kansas City haunted houses — making sure the ghouls are grotesque enough, the props are bloody enough and visitors will be sufficiently frightened.

But all Sherri Petz really wants is a great home-cooked meal. And she knows just what she wants.

Soups, stroganoffs and stews are on the menu this time of year and Sherri’s meals always get rave reviews.

Want to try a Spooky Stroganoff? Click here for Sherri’s recipe and other ghoulishly delicious dishes from her haunted kitchen. And try using this beef next time – it’s to die for!

No snakes or eyeballs necessary. Unless you really want to add them, that is.

Have a wonderful, safe and appetite-satisfying Halloween!

Photo courtesy of KansasCity.com.


October 27th, 2010

Halloween Cheese Steak Hat

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Continuing on with our All Hallow’s Eve theme, here’s a doozy to impress the neighbors.

Philly cheese steak, people.

To really, truly pull this one off, though, you must first master the smirkish face that totally makes or breaks this costume.

Envision yourself as a stand-up comedian working a Bennigan’s bar in the suburbs of Cleveland circa 1986 and you might just come close to this face.

You’ve been a great crowd. Good night!

Photo courtesy of 2ols.com.


October 26th, 2010

DIY Halloween Steak Head Piece

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Okay.

Halloween is coming up. You wanna be Lady Gaga.

But you don’t want to walk around all night with raw meat on your head.

What’s a gal to do?

Why, make your own felt Lady Gaga meat hat, of course!

Get all the instructions you need here. And PLEASE, PLEASE send me photos! We HAVE to see this in the flesh (so to speak).

C’mon. You know you wanna do it.

Photo courtesy of ALaModeStuffBlog.com.


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