Thursday, October 21, 2010

Food Network's Halloween





Halloweentime is creeping into TVs everywhere. First is a recap of the new 2010 Food Network shows of note (check listings for airtimes):

Chopped: Fright Bites 
The mystery baskets are filled with treats for the remaining four competitors; daunting piece of meat in the appetizer round; a scare in the entree round.

Good Eats: All Hallows Eats
Alton Brown puts the ``trick'' into classic Halloween candies with these three twists.

Giada at Home: Halloween
Giada hosts a pre trick-or-treat party in her backyard.

Mexican Made Easy: Day of the Dead
Favorite dishes prepared to remember loved ones that are lost.

Kid in a Candy Store: Tricked Out Treats
Peanut butter and chocolate classic morphs into a pumpkin in Hershey, PA; a candy so sour that its almost illegal in Mexico; candy filled cemeteries.

Guy's Big Bite: Guy's Ghoulish Goulash
Spicy goulash over creamy polenta; garlic-infused vampire cocktail; pumpkin creme brule.

Semi-homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee: Renaissance Halloween
Sandra is heading back to the Middle Ages cooking up a Renaissance menu full of tasty treats.

Paula's Best Dishes: Hallo-Deen
Monster mash dip; crunchy crab cake spiders; sweet corn and butternut squash with fresh basil; upside down pumpkin filled chocolate cheesecake.

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