"Gather ye rose-buds while ye may." Robert Herrick

"Gather ye rose-buds while ye may." Robert Herrick

Hello Friends!

Friends, Romans, countrymen...y'all. Foodies, gardeners, artists and collectors - let's gather together to share and possibly learn a thing or two in the mix.

Donna Baker

Monday, October 31, 2016

Scary Recipe


Here's a scary recipe, courtesy Honey Boo Boo - her family's favorite passgedi.



Let me know if it's any good.


22 comments:

  1. OMG, I watched them making this once, and thought.....yuck :)
    I've just made meatballs and spaghetti, although I passed on your recipe ..lol
    Happy Halloween !
    ~Hugs,
    ~Jo

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    1. Oh that is funny Jo. I'd much rather try yours. Happy Halloween to you too. I just went to the store to stock up on more candy lest I run out. There are lots of kids in the neighborhood, hence I took my spaghetti pictures too.

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  2. Happy Halloween. Keep the cauldron boiling:)

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    1. You too Sandra. Just hope my Lady of the Lake doesn't scare the little ones too much.

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  3. Thank you, Donna, for a this generous helping of Halloween giggles. xo

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    1. Welcome Frances. Maybe there is some way to tweak it so that it would taste good, but I can't think of a way. I admit, I am a butter snob. It can come from Antarctica and I'll try it. Never Country Crock.

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  4. I believe I have missed a giant slice of life here, eschewing Honey Boo Boo. I did watch toddlers and tiaras, once.

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    1. I think I watched it the first year. You didn't miss a thing.

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  5. What have I missed? No recipe springs to mind. Or not one I would eat.

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    1. They cooked the spaghetti then stirred in a tub of Country Crock and added a bottle of ketchup. That was how they made spaghetti. You haven't missed a thing. Hope someone will try it and tell us what it tastes like. I'm not eating it either, but I hope the trick or treaters hurry up cause I am sampling way too much candy.

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    1. I think it's the ketchup that would ruin it. Fake buttery noodles would be preferable to the added ketchup.

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  7. Donna, good evening! Thank you for coming; my post is really SHORT and quick, but I wanted to ring in the new season of light. And, ketchup and spaghetti????? I think that is a bit scary for me!!!!

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    1. I always love to see posts from you Anita.

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  8. MMmmmm, mmmmm good. I am happy to say I have never watched a full episode of Honey Boo Boo. I don't even understand why they would use ketchup when there are countless decent bottled pasta sauces out there. Let's not even get into the margarine! -Jenn

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    1. I always remembered that recipe and thought it was funny. Who knows? Maybe it's delicious;) An acquired taste I would think.

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  9. Just found you, Donna...I'm liking your blog! I saw a few episodes of Honey Boo Boo when I read that some people were actually finding it sort of fascinating. I guess that's a good word for it. The recipe doesn't stray far from the source.

    Jane

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    1. Gulp, sorry you had to find me on this Halloween post. Voyeurism as a form of fascination? Glad you stopped by to say hi. Nice to meet you.

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  10. That recipe sounds more 'trick' than 'treat'!

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    1. It was Bea. It must taste like hot ketchup. Can't imagine.

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  11. To anyone in the UK I don't think we would know where to start Donna.

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    1. I can imagine Pat. It does sound awful. Surely, some chef out there could tweak it and make it taste better than it sounds.

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