Here in England, Halloween celebrations always seem somewhat curtailed. Maybe we
are just reserved but as I get older I am finding this to be rather sad.
During research, I discovered such a lot and realise just how much we are
missing here. I decided to collect some of the information and put it together
in an eBook.
As I love graphics, it is well illustrated. There are three pages of Halloween
history; 14 scary food recipes; 6 drink recipes and 2 games. There will be many
more different items to come, of that I am sure, so I have decided to offer the
eBook to you now in a totally different way than usually found on the Internet.
I have not numbered the pages in 'The Best Halloween Ever', because if you wish
to print out, you may like to keep them in a binder. Then, as new insertions
become available, you could add them and possess what I believe will become a
Keeping the original on your computer is so useful too. If, for instance, 'Day
Old Bathwater' (drink recipe included) is splashed on to your page, you can
easily print out another one.
One of the food pages already in the eBook is a recipe for Harry Potter Spice
Cakes. Here is a snapshot for you to see. To download this page now, as a free
sample, please click on the image.
This recipe in pdf format has been downloaded times.
Here are the other recipes:
Apple and Pumpkin Pie
Caramel Popcorn Balls
Irish Potato Griddle Cakes
Hearty Halloween Soup
Edible Spooky Spiders
Little Goblins Toffee Apples
Ice-cream Eyeballs in Blood-clot Sauce
Halloween Cut-out Cookies
Chocolate Blood Cake
Hot Witch's Cider
Pumpkin and Goblins Punch
Day Old Bathwater
Infectious Fluid Frappe
and the games:
Pin the Wart on the Witch
Pick their Brains
'The Best Halloween Ever' is available for you now. The cost is just £5.00
and your order will be fulfilled by DigitalSellz who will give you the link for
your download. To avoid disappointment and also if you would like to receive the
extra insertions (when available) please ensure that your email address is
I wish everyone a lot of fun and laughter.
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