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Thursday, October 25, 2007, Issue No. 354
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The Real Trick
Trick or Treat
The real trick at Halloween is making sure there are enough treats to go around. Between office parties, neighborhood get-togethers, and school events, your cooking schedule is more crowded than a Halloween graveyard. Allrecipes has you covered with great ideas for scary cupcakes, ghoulish desserts, terrifying drinks, even devilish pumpkin recipes. This year, make sure it's your costume that's scary, not your time in the kitchen.
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Submitted By: Crawford
In the spirit of fall in the Pacific Northwest, here is a recipe of my friend Joe's own design! He sought to bring bacon to the dessert menu, and hunted for a pie media capable of sustaining a bacon infusion while retaining deliciousness.


Submitted By: miki
Add zesty flavors to basic steak with this spicy rub combining brown sugar, onion powder, garlic powder, and a variety of hot chile powders.


Submitted By: GG
My husband gave me this recipe that he received from one of his coworkers. It's light and tasty. Definitely worth all the ingredients!


Submitted By: CATHYANDASIA
These are a sweet twist on the usual roasted pumpkin seeds. Instead of salty and savory, they remind me of honey-roasted peanuts. Everyone who tastes these loves them!


Submitted By: Liana
This kid-friendly recipe using quick rolled oats, flour, butter, raspberry jelly, and almonds is an easy bar cookie junior chefs will enjoy making.



Each week we take a look at what home cooks are stirring up in different parts of the country. This week our eye is on Ohio.
  1. Ohio Meat Pie
  2. Sweet, Sticky and Spicy Chicken
  3. Pumpkin Pancakes
  4. Amish Macaroni Salad
  5. Buckeyes I

Used as both candy and icing, fondant is a simple sugar-water-cream of tartar mixture cooked to the soft-ball stage. After cooling, the mixture is beaten and kneaded until extremely pliable. It can be formed into decorations or candy, which can be dipped in chocolate.

 
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