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Halloween Party

--- -------PHYLLIS SLAIGHT VRGX61A------------------ A bunch of fun loving people In costumes
My husband and I were invited to a costume Halloween Party at a neighbor's house. The hostess had informed us we would be bobbing. (Dunking) We assumed for apples. Well! She had rented a huge, plastic champaigne glass. (About 3 to 3 1/2 feet high) It was filled with what looked like water. Wrong! It was a gigantic Martini and we bobbed for the olives! It certainly was alot of laughs! We moved soon after and I understand this party has become an annual event. BTW, as I remember, it was necessary to refill this glass more than once!
My husband and I were invited to a costume Halloween Party at a neighbor's house. The hostess had informed us we would be bobbing. (Dunking) We assumed for apples. Well! She had rented a huge, plastic champaigne glass. (About 3 to 3 1/2 feet high) It was filled with what looked like water. Wrong! It was a gigantic Martini and we bobbed for the olives! It certainly was alot of laughs! We moved soon after and I understand this party has become an annual event. BTW, as I remember, it was necessary to refill this glass more than once!
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Halloween Makeup

3 Tablespoons Cornstarch 1 Tablespoon Flour 3/4 cup Karo light corn syrup 1/4 cup water 1/4 teaspoon liquid food coloring (color of choice) OR 1/4 teaspoon paste food coloring (color of choice) (paste makes more intense colors)
The above ingredients are the actual face paint to be used. You may wish to add other things for application of makeup and special effects as listed below.
The above ingredients are the actual face paint to be used. You may wish to add other things for application of makeup and special effects as listed below.
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Halloween Jack- O - Lantern Frosties

4 navel oranges -- (4 to 6)
1 (8 Oz.) Cont vanilla or plain yogurt
1 (8 Oz.) Cont vanilla or plain yogurt
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Halloween Face Paint

1 Teaspoon cornstarch
1/2 Teaspoon water
1/2 Teaspoon water
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Halloween Drinks

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Okay, first the drinks. Easiest is to mix something yellow with something blue. Orange juice and Mountain Dew are good for the yellow, Great Bluedini kool-aid is good for the blue. You'll end up with a radioactive shade of green. If you're using a punch bowl, try this: Get some of those latex gloves, fill them with water or juice, freeze. Unmold carefully and float the disembodied hands in the punch bowl. Dry ice and back lighting is good for effect too
Okay, first the drinks. Easiest is to mix something yellow with something blue. Orange juice and Mountain Dew are good for the yellow, Great Bluedini kool-aid is good for the blue. You'll end up with a radioactive shade of green. If you're using a punch bowl, try this: Get some of those latex gloves, fill them with water or juice, freeze. Unmold carefully and float the disembodied hands in the punch bowl. Dry ice and back lighting is good for effect too
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Grammy's Dark Rolls

1/2 c Oatmeal (rolled oats)
1/2 c Whole wheat flour
1/2 c Whole wheat flour
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Glycol Punch

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Glycol Punchhas two primary ingredients: Diet Mountain Dew, which has an decidedly evil odd yellow glow to it. Diet is necessary so that you don't over sugar people. BTW, we also tried other sodas, including Squirt, 7-up and Sprite, but none had that evil yellowness.
Glycol Punchhas two primary ingredients: Diet Mountain Dew, which has an decidedly evil odd yellow glow to it. Diet is necessary so that you don't over sugar people. BTW, we also tried other sodas, including Squirt, 7-up and Sprite, but none had that evil yellowness.
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Gingerbread Icing and Assembly- Part 2

SEE PART 1 FOR INGREDIENTS
To add the sides, squeeze icing on lower edge of one side piece and side edge of the front piece. Align pieces at a right angle, making sure they are as tight as possible. Repeat with the other side. To add the back: squeeze icing on the bottom and side edges of the back piece; position with the other assembled pieces. For add stability, squeeze icing along the inside edge of all pieces and corners. To assemble the roof: working with one side at a time, squeeze icing on the upper edge of the slant of the front and b back pieces on one side. Also squeeze icing on the adjoining side piece. Carefully place roof piece on the slants so that the roof's peak is even with the points of the front and back (There should be an overhand of 1/2"). Repeat with other side of the roof. To decorate: add a chimney if desired. Decorate the house with remaining icing, candies and cookies of your choice.
To add the sides, squeeze icing on lower edge of one side piece and side edge of the front piece. Align pieces at a right angle, making sure they are as tight as possible. Repeat with the other side. To add the back: squeeze icing on the bottom and side edges of the back piece; position with the other assembled pieces. For add stability, squeeze icing along the inside edge of all pieces and corners. To assemble the roof: working with one side at a time, squeeze icing on the upper edge of the slant of the front and b back pieces on one side. Also squeeze icing on the adjoining side piece. Carefully place roof piece on the slants so that the roof's peak is even with the points of the front and back (There should be an overhand of 1/2"). Repeat with other side of the roof. To decorate: add a chimney if desired. Decorate the house with remaining icing, candies and cookies of your choice.
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Gingerbread Icing and Assembly

8 cups confectioner's sugar
6 Tablespoons meringue powder*
6 Tablespoons meringue powder*
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Gingerbread House Dough- Part 2

SEE PART 1 FOR INGREDIENTS:
Cut patterns out of paper or cardboard. Line a baking sheet with foil and lightly grease the foil. Lay a damp towel on counter; place prepared pan on towel (to prevent slipping). Unwrap one portion of dough. Using a very lightly floured rolling pin, roll out dough directly on baking sheet to a 15x10-1/2" rectangle about 1/4" thick. position patterns at least 1/2" apart on dough as shown. Cut around patters with a sharp knife or pizza cutter; remove patterns. Remove dough scraps; cover and save to re-roll if needed. Bake at 375 degrees for 10-14 minutes or until cookie springs back when lightly touched. Remove from oven; immediately replace patterns on dough. Cut around the edges to trim off excess cookie. Cool 3-4 minutes or until cookies begin to firm up. Carefully remove to a wire rack; cool. Repeat with remaining dough and patterns.
Cut patterns out of paper or cardboard. Line a baking sheet with foil and lightly grease the foil. Lay a damp towel on counter; place prepared pan on towel (to prevent slipping). Unwrap one portion of dough. Using a very lightly floured rolling pin, roll out dough directly on baking sheet to a 15x10-1/2" rectangle about 1/4" thick. position patterns at least 1/2" apart on dough as shown. Cut around patters with a sharp knife or pizza cutter; remove patterns. Remove dough scraps; cover and save to re-roll if needed. Bake at 375 degrees for 10-14 minutes or until cookie springs back when lightly touched. Remove from oven; immediately replace patterns on dough. Cut around the edges to trim off excess cookie. Cool 3-4 minutes or until cookies begin to firm up. Carefully remove to a wire rack; cool. Repeat with remaining dough and patterns.
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