It's that time of the year again—Dinner is Served 1972's annual Pieathalon, and yours ghoulishly was incredibly excited to participate this year along with 13 other vintage recipe enthusiasts & bloggers. See my spooky twist on this budget-friendly Depression-era recipe.
I wanted to give myself the personal challenge of trying to decorate sugar cookies that resembled the aliens from one of my favorite John Carpenter films – They Live. And of course, they wouldn't be They Live sugar cookies unless they had bubblegum-flavored icing! This mini-tutorial is a perk for my Patreon supporters.
All work and no play during the holidays can give anyone the urge to grab the nearest axe and go full-on Jack Torrance on their family. This blood-red twist on a classic Hot Buttered Rum will help keep you from freezing to death out in the cold hedge maze, with a generous splash of spiced rum to calm those nerves.
Hi! I'm Kaci, more commonly known as The Homicidal Homemaker. I started this website to inspire others to bring a spooky element to every day life through horror recipes, cocktails, crafts, & tutorials. Check out my recipes in every issue of Rue Morgue Magazine, and my horror cooking show on Screambox, YouTube, & AT&T Uverse/Comcast in Central CA.
With a naturally-colored green homemade bun topped with my favorite "Everything Bagel" seasoning, my Nightmare Queen is a little different than the Nightmare King it is inspired by, but it's still oh-so-delicious.
Sinfully delicious and blood-red, these Blood Orange Morgue-aritas are pumped full of flavor: bold citrus essence from the blood oranges, the right amount of tartness from the limes, a hint of sweetness from the simple syrup, and of course...tequila!
Partying a little too hard? Or just staying up all night for Joe Bob Briggs' "The Last Drive-In" on Shudder? Re-animate your tastebuds and your body with these caffeinated jelly shot syringes inspired by Re-Animator!