Spooky Halloween Treats | MyRecipes.com Ghouls, goblins, and ghosts - that you can eat! Here is our collection of our favorite spooky treats that you can take to parties, give to friends, or use to scare the neighbors!
The Hirshfield | St. Louis' Pin-up Bowl partners serious, classically prepared cocktails with fun, light-hearted drinks like this homage to Leo Hirshfield, creator of the Tootsie Roll, one of America's first penny candies, and a Halloween staple.
Philadelphia Fish House Punch | Cocktail historians Paul Harrington and Laura Moorhead trace this brilliant orange cocktail back to 1732, when Philadelphia's Schuylkill Fishing Club began every meeting with a bowl of this potent punch, which is easy to make in advance for a Halloween party.
Blood Peach Bellini | The Blood Peach Bellini was originally made using super-seasonal summer blood peaches. This variation combines Campari, grenadine and white peach puree to approximate the rare fruit’s flavor and color.
Dark & Stormy | According to a Gosling's Rum tale, this drink was invented more than 100 years ago when members of Bermuda's Royal Naval Officer's Club added a splash of the local rum to their spicy homemade ginger beer. They described its ominous hue as "the color of a cloud only a fool or dead man would sail under."