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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

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48 comments:

  1. It just wouldn't be Halloween season without candy corn.

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  2. Cute ghost cake, Louise. Love the eye idea. I confess, I've never cared for candy corn, not even as a child, but they sure are cute on cakes etc. Perfect pumpkin/Halloween colors.

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  3. Happy "Candy Corn Day," Louise! I'm not a huge fan of this particular treat. I love these ghost ideas!

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    1. I was thinking about posting some "witchy" recipes Nellie but when I saw these ghosts I just had to share:)

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  4. Happy Halloween! Great collection of fun stuff. ;-)

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  5. I wonder if those pears would taste good, or if the inventor was overcome by the desire to make them look like ghosts.

    Nice collection of Halloween food images!

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    1. The way I figured it Mae was a little of both but then why should caramel apple have all the fun!

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  6. Boo! happy halloween to you, Louise!

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  7. Dear Louise, Happy Halloween! What a fun post. Love the recipes especially ghost on a stick. I love pears. I hope that you get many treats and no tricks. Have a fun day and thanks for sharing! Enjoy and have a blessed day, Dottie )

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    1. No trick or treaters, Dottie. Lots of Reese's all for ME!

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  8. You know that my kids would want that cake! Because, really, who would not want a ghost cake?

    Happy Halloween! Hope the trick-or-treaters are adorable for you. (I was taken aback when the natives here expected a joke, story or song in return for candy....turns out that's a tradition here, which we never saw in Connecticut! In Tennessee, parents take their kids to the mall where stores hand out penny candy from 5 to 6 PM. Very different.)

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    1. No trick or treaters here, Marjie, which is probably a good thing considering my singing is rather HIgh!

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    1. So are those "girls" of yours, Channon. Loved their Howloween costumes!

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  10. Hi Louise , what a fun post , my kids love the Ghost cake with the flaming eyes , we are having severe weather here with flash flooding , my kids said they can trick or treat their daddy , thanks for sharing :).

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    1. Sounds like a plan to me, Nee. Now a family Halloween night I can get use to:)

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  11. Happy Halloween to your to Louise! This is such a nice post and I love cookbooks for kids. The recipes really are terrific.
    These retro pictures bring back such nice memories. Thank you.
    Hope all is well and blessings dear and a hug, Catherine xo

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    1. Some of those "retro" books have "unique" Halloween recipes, too Catherine...All is well and we appreciate your prayers...

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  12. I love wordless Wednesdays! Your images are always so entertaining Louise. Have a happy and safe Halloween!

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoy Wordless Wednesday, Anne. I have fun getting it ready to share:)

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  13. Wonderful! Happy Halloween.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. I have lots of treats but no treaters tonight, T.W. So I'm busy eating all the leftover candy, lol...

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  15. Hi LOuise love really love your post and always are funny and I learn a lot. The other day (sunday) when I go to my Mom house I tell her about you and how funny ans do good you are, and told her about the prize, she was sooo happy, my last post I made these chocolate cupcakes because she bought for me some Little Jak o lanterns:))

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    1. Oh that is such a sweet story, Gloria. Thank you for shining a star this evening:)

      I did see those Jack O' Lantern Chocolate Cupcakes of yours, adorable!

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  16. I love this post! It must be quite exciting there where you are! In Italy we have a few parties around but it is not as big as in America.
    Happy Halloween!

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    1. It's fun children of all ages Alida:)

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  17. Happy Halloween! I think my mom had that cookbook as the photo looks familiar as does the lighting of the sugar cubes! Fun idea!

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  18. Oo I love all your scary goodies. Happy Halloween, Louise! I bet you had plenty of fun on that day.

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  19. I can't wait to try those spooky chocolately pears next year, what a fab idea!!

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  20. Love this post and all the delicious goodies! Hope you had a Happy Halloween, Louise!!

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  21. Happy Halloween, Louise! Another cheerful round-up shots :) Hey, be sure to enter in my X'mas draw to Win Flenco Christmas Hampers Worth More Than $1,000!

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  22. I'm late ! Any candy corn left ? lol I bet you had a great time giving all your candy stash to those little monsters er little kids :D

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  23. Wonderful post. I love the pear ghosts:)

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  24. I want that ghost cake with flaming eyes, such a cute idea!

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  25. Happy late Halloween! Pear ghosts are so cute. Love that idea!

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  26. How cute, love the ghost cake!!! Clarice

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  27. I love the _Cookbook for Boys & Girls_! Not much can compete with trick-or-treating for a kid, but a ghost cake with flaming eyeballs could certainly do it...

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  28. HI Louise, sorry I'm late in commenting and miss so many of your postings. Now I'm free to go thru one by one.
    Great posting. The ghost on stick look so cute, I'm sure the kids will love them.
    Love your fun and lively posting, I always enjoyed reading it.

    Have a wonderful weekend, regards.

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Through this wide opened gate,
none came to early,
none returned to late.

Thanks for dropping in...Louise