Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Nothing To Spooky

Not much go around here on Halloween. I live to far from town and the homes are to far apart for people to take their kids trick or treating. But as must year I get some candy. This time I got some rollos.
But the odd occasion we have had a trick or treaters. 
  I haven't seen that many place deck out for Samhain. The trouble around here that lot of people here around heavy into the Evangelical...I call it evilgenitality....I can imagination a few preacher speaking against it...I won't say no more.

I believe this is the last day of samhain sirens 2012
but sense there was one day cancel because of Sandy. They could possible be a make up day...I'm not loosing any sleep over it. 


 
Pumpkin Cheeseball

With a mixer, blend 16 ounces room-temperature cream cheese with 1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar, 3 tablespoons minced onion, 2 tablespoons salsa, 2 teaspoons ground cumin and 1 teaspoon minced jalapeno. Scoop onto plastic wrap and use the wrap to form the mixture into a 5-inch pumpkin-shaped ball; chill at least 2 hours. To serve, unwrap, roll in crushed nacho-flavored tortilla chips and press a bell pepper stem into the top.

 
Now once again the drawing is for hand-crafted hand-fasting cord. Done by sosannas closet She also have a esty page call Sosannas Closet

Best to all on Samhain and the coffee is on.


3 comments:

  1. I've lived on this street since 98 and we don't do halloween here. There's only three houses on this block so that's cool.

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  2. I had a fun evening with my friends - over 200 kids this year. My friend lives on a street that always decorates for Christmas, & for some other holidays, so she has a potluck & gets our help handing out candy & counting kids!
    2 couples & I went over, one couple had gone to Ireland this summer, so pulled up a slideshow on the laptop, & we got to take a little virtual journey!
    Thanks for visiting the 'Vale' :)

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  3. Anonymous3:04 AM

    "evilgenitality" - I like that!

    When we moved to England, I found out trick-or-treating isn't really big here. It does happen, but most of the families go to the Air Base.

    I am looking forward to going home to the U.S. next year and getting trick-or-treaters again. I just love seeing the costumes!

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