Wednesday, October 28, 2009

A bit of vampire history for your Halloween bash Vampire lore, food perfect for Halloween

From Baltimore Sun

Pssst, you with the soggy cornflakes floating around your bowl. You might wanna put your spoon down.

WARNING: This is gonna get gross.

The subject here is vampires. Sorry, but it's that time of year. And this year bloodsuckin' is ... well ... bloody, bloody hot.

You might say it's splattered everywhere: Flip the TV channels, there it is dripping from "True Blood," the all-the-rage HBO series. "The Vampire Diaries" suck away on the CW network. Over at the book stalls, you've got "Twilight," "Twilight" and more "Twilight," the Stephenie Meyer series that can't be stanched. And just out: "Incarnadine: The True Memoirs of Count Dracula," a novel by D.H. Greene.

Be still thy bleeding hearts.

Seems like prime time for a Hallowed Eve's bash that's drip-drop-drippin' with the gory, the gross, the all-in-bloody-good-fun. Not even the Count himself would have counted on so many -- young and old -- being so bitten by this O-positive plunge.

read on- yummy recipe!