After being converted to all things American earlier this year, our family is fully embracing Halloween festivities this year.
And no one does the best horror festival Yankees – apart of our family.
Our house will become a coven of witches.
Everyone will wear masks, the girls have devil horns, fangs, deep cuts on their faces, crooked teeth and knives coming out of their heads.
And I’ll take my only chance to see as thin as I would be in a skeleton costume.
The only slight fly in the ointment is that for some reason people do not know when to stop.
Always have to be afraid of the night next level.
Last year, Mark thought it would be a good idea if he dressed like a zombie, with a gouged eye and left a trail of fake blood and real guts dragging down the steps along the landing and passage staircase leading to our attic.
When my girls Maddie and Kiki came home with his friends, playing hide and seek.
The eight children rushed into the garden and hot on his tail, getting mud everywhere, it was a zombie with blood gushing from his mouth.
Aloft occupied the heart of a pig that had just taken out of his ribcage false. Do not forget, he is a director.
I pushed a tray of sausages cut into the fingers of his hands and said, “Go set the table, you have traumatized children.”
So, this year, we will have our own innocent family Halloween fun – and I will send Mark to the cinema to see The Shining on your own.
200 g of cream cheese
3 tablespoons pesto
1 red chilli, finely chopped
Poppy Seed Packet
8 pitted green olives and black
32 red peppercorns
32 tortilla chips
These are really wonderful snacks to accompany your drinks for Halloween and you can whip up very easily and it does not require cooking.
1 Simply mix the cream cheese, pesto and pepper and pop in the fridge for half an hour to firm up.
2 Roll the dough into 16 balls and then roll in poppy seeds until completely covered.
3 Then give you eyes with olives and using peppercorns and students.
4 Finish giving tortilla chips for wings.
20 cooked cocktail sausages or sausages
Soft white tortillas
1 Cut tortillas type bandage strips and wrapped around an end of each sausage.
2 Gouge out a hole in the other end of the sausage and mustard to fill it with a fingernail.
3 Spray with ketchup for a look bloody.