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Seasoned Cooking has been published since 1998. And, since we have a soft spot for holidays and seasonal happenings, that means that there's a treasure trove of great articles on special events, like Halloween. So, this month, I'm offering a quick look back at some Halloween-themed articles from past issues. Won't you join me in exploring everything from party planning to making treats over the years? To begin, let's start with something new. Here's a simple Halloween Punch recipe that comes to you from Victoria Smith:
Mix all of the ingredients together in a saucepan. Heat the punch over low heat until you are ready to serve it. Remove the cinnamon sticks. Ladle into serving cups.
You can double or triple this recipe, according to how many guests you have.
Yields: 8 servings
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Now that you have a toasty beverage in hand, enjoy the blast from the past!
Victoria's Vegetarian Victuals: Pumpkinsby Victoria Smith This article reminds us of some of our scariest childhood memories and reminds us that pumpkins are really useful for more than terrifying jack-o-lanterns. Lots of great recipes are included.
Home Cookin': Popcorn Treatsby Patty Waage This article presents a great recipe for popcorn balls -- a traditional Halloween treat. Another recipe for kettle corn is provided as an extra treat.
Happy Halloween: Putting your best foot forward ...by Patty Waage This great article covers the ABCs of putting together a great Halloween party. Everything from pumpkin carving to making Spider Bread to decorating the yard is covered. Both sweet and savory recipes are included.
Halloween's Here: Celebrating the Ghoul In All of Usby Ronda L. Halpin This article specializes in the art of preparing for the trick or treaters by decorating the yard and house. Preparing both scary and intriguing decorations will thrill both the young and the old as you prepare for the spookiest night of the year.