Days are shorter and weather is getting cooler. As fall approaches I am filling my…
At The Hot Mess Kitchen, we are slowly watching fall approach as this summer nights get shorter and we prepare for Halloween. If you were to give me all of the seasons to pick from and cook for I would have to say that Halloween would be first followed by Christmas. Something about the spooky treats and ghoulish drinks that you can serve up to a party of Halloween guests that just gets me in the spirit every year. This year along with the pumpkin spice coffee, I am excited about Halloween because I just found a brand-new Halloween cookbook called The Ghoulish Gourmet! We have several totes packed away with all of our spooky Halloween decorations and one tote is always set aside to hold anything new for Halloween. Every year I look to add something spooky to that box and this year I found the perfect addition.
The pictures alone from The Ghoulish Gourmet were enough to convince me that this cookbook was awesome and then I started looking at all of the additional ideas that Kathy had packed full in this 71 page must have addition to your Halloween recipe cookbooks.
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With a turn of the page the ghoulish gourmet introduces you to bloodcurdling basics, appetizer apparitions, spine chilling soups and macabre Maines, deserts of darkness, chilling and warming concoctions and even ideas to put on the most spectacular Halloween party for friends.
As unusual as some of these recipes sound, you will find yourself cooking with familiar yet healthy ingredients in the kitchen. The ghoulish gourmet is a Halloween cookbook that is unique in the fact that it focuses on vegan recipes. This cookbook is certainly not lacking in any way shape or form. your guests Will be pleasantly surprised by the ghoulish menu you cook up using recipes with ingredients like pumpkin pasta, cauliflower, sweet potato oatmeal cookie dip, devil’s food Whoopie pie and forbidden rice Halloween mousse just to name a few. Click here to view more details for The Ghoulish Gourmet by Kathy Hester.
This Halloween cookbook will be a hit on the list and your Halloween party will not be forgotten. Kathy has done an excellent job with the finest details of naming some of her recipes like Dracula’s blood thick hot chocolate or frightful fall spice syrup. Welcome fall with additional concoctions like cackling caramel pecan bourbon liquor or coffee creamer.
Each chapter takes you through an adventurous collection of recipes that will have your meal set from start to finish. The recipes are very easy to follow and the ingredients are practical in that you can find them at any local grocer near you. Kathy even weaves in the occasional helpful tip or informational fact about the ingredients that you are using to prepare such a ghoulish meal.