So everybody Happy Halloween!! Hope you have a nice time and lots of fun!! Our Halloween is over and we've aleady started cleaning up..... This year our Halloween dinner was inspired by haunted New Orleans. We had a Hurricane with white Peach juice (very, very sweet....) a delicious sweet Crock-Pot-Bourbon Chicken with lilac rice and … Continue reading Guess who’s coming to dinner….
Here's another post about nothing and everything... First of all a picture of my lovely Hannibal with dirty nose. Then I proudly present new texil stencil paintings. The first a Banksy rat, I love his Street Art, it's amazing, I would give anything for his talent: And a Clone Trooper Shirt, which says 'Clone life … Continue reading All at once still makes no sense except for Saints, Souls and Clones
Is there anything better after a stressful day than sitting in your warm bed reading a good book? I cannot image anything more relaxing and again our Booktree presented me the perfect bedtime reading for October: Victorian Ghost stories by famous female authors (I don't know why only female authors...but nevermind) like George Eliot, Mary Shelley … Continue reading Handy tips for a restless sleep and anxiety states
Today we had another Pre-Halloween dinner. This time I made Voodoo-Tamales dolls with rice. My Tamales Recipes: (For 9 small tamales) meat filling: 350 g ground beef 1 large onion, chopped 1 Tbsp cornmeal 1 Tbsp water 1 Tbsp tomato paste 1 tsp chili powder 1 tsp garlic powder 1/2 tsp cumin 1/2 tsp salt … Continue reading Voodoo dolls and graveyard greetings
So I promised to show some of our historic Halloween baking disasters... Yeah I call them disasters, cuz if you take a look at pinterest etc. you can see Halloween cakes that are real works of arts and you think HOW CAN SOMEONE HUMAN MAKE SUCH BEAUTIFUL CAKES??? Compared to them our look like their … Continue reading River Styx and bloody wedding or the art of baking with two broken arms
So it's been a while since my last post, but my job and my sista kept me busy, really busy... For the weekend we still found time for some delicious Halloween Treats: Halloween cookies which tasted great!!! The recipe is from the book Cooking Up a Storm: Recipes Lost and Found from The Times-Picayune of … Continue reading Synopsis of a stressy week
So my sista and I used the long weekend for Halloween decoration. Fetching all the boxes from the cellar, unwrapping the Halloween stuff and boxing the other stuff...and that all with Hannibal right in the middle. Just think about a place you want to put something, he sits there. Open a cupboard to put something … Continue reading Have yourself a merry little Halloween and recipe of the infamous Italian kitchen Massacre