Halloween Parties: How to Throw Spook-Tacular Soirees and Frighteningly Festive Entertainments

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Stewart, Tabori & Chang, Sep 1, 2004 - Cooking - 80 pages
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A boring Halloween party? The horror! Millions of Americans live to be scared silly, and for them October 31 marks the beginning of the holiday season: a reason to dress and act outrageously. This hip, photograph-filled paperback, packed with recipes and crafts, makes entertaining on Allhallows' Eve terrifyingly easy. From a frightful dinner for four to a full-out, monster-mashing Haunted Mansion, Lori Hellander concocts six parties guaranteed to make guests scream in delight. The Hocus Pocus Potion Party highlights eerie elegance, while Tricks and Treats taps into Halloween nostalgia.
Like a skilled carver attacking a pumpkin, Hellander chops up each themed party into manageable chunks: invitations; shopping and scheduling; decor and costumes; food and drink; games for all ages. But aspiring fete-ishists need not have tons of time or an armory of glue guns to get the parties going: there are plenty of quick and simple-to-execute ideas, plus useful tips for impromptu entertaining.

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Photo stylist Hellander's book of Halloween-themed entertainment ideas shares recipes, decorating tips and invitation ideas for six different spooky parties. The Tricks & Treats party is pretty run of ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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LORI HELLANDER lives in New York City, but her work as a photo stylist takes her to many places on the map. She is a regular contributor to "Country Living, Bon Appitit, and "Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion, among other national publications, and has made several guest appearances on HGTV's "Country Style and the Discovery Channel's "Surprise by Design.
BILL MILNE is a photographer and image-maker who has contributed to "Gourmet, Wine Spectator, Time, People, and many other publications.

Bill Milne is a New York based photographer whose work has appeared in several publications and more than 20 books.

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