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Scare Up Some Halloween Recipe Ideas With RecipeLion's Latest Free eCookbook

 

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October 07, 2010 – Northbrook, IL – Halloween is the perfect time of year to break out your creative cooking skills and explore some spooky Halloween recipe ideas. Just like any holiday certain foods or drinks are typically associated with it. Halloween is no exception; it’s all about caramel apples, pumpkin treats and assorted candy. But this adventurous holiday also lends itself to explore the bizarre, whether with food or decorations. With this latest free eCookbook 23 Spooky Halloween Recipe Ideas there are plenty of recipes from sweet to scary to get you creating.
 

Since the late 1800s Halloween in America became more about the community and entertainment factor more so than its origin of ghosts and witchcraft. By the turn of the century Halloween parties became the norm and it was all about the foods of the season and festive costumes. Though Halloween is still known for its scares today, it’s best known for the food and costumes being shown off. So whether you are trying to scare your guests or wow them, interesting food concepts can go a long way. Get ahead of the game with the help of this free to download 23 Spooky Halloween Recipe Ideas eCookbook.
 

RecipeLion.com's latest free eCookbook features 48 pages of savory, sweet and scary Halloween dishes, from decadent Spiderweb Brownies on (page 22) and unique Graveyard Sandwich Tray on (page 36) to spooky Crimson Gash Cocktail on (page 11). The recipes are accompanied by high-quality colored photographs. Download the 23 Spooky Halloween Recipe Ideas eCookbook for free today.
 

For additional information on Halloween recipes or RecipeLion.com's free eCookbook, please contact RecipeLion.com Editor, Sarah Hetland.


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RecipeLion.com is a cooking and recipe community Website featuring over 40,000 free recipes for every occasion and level of cooking skill. We also publish Quick & Easy Recipes, a free e-mail newsletter and publish free eBooks (cookbooks) featuring recipes, helpful cooking tips and menu ideas.
 

Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. The company created its first web site in 1996. Today, we are an Internet Media Company that operates web site communities and e-mail newsletters in the areas of crafting, home décor, wellness, diet, and cooking.

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