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Halloween Recipes by Kent and Bud!

PDC HalloweenHalloween is one of our favorite times of year, and not just because it encourages more slutty outfits than Dancing With The Stars. We’ve got a busy weekend ahead, so here’s my top-secret recipe for buffalo wings. Legend tells it’s been handed down from the sub-continent for generations.

 

 

 

 

 

BUD: Ok, I give up. What do wings have to do with Halloween?

KENT: They’re orange, and Kent likes wingies. After you mix this up, just toss with your freshly fried wings in a big bowl right before serving. Drum roll, please:

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Wing Sauce Ingredients (For Your Eyes Only):

1/2 cup Franks Red Hot
1/4 stick butter

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BUD: Are you kidding me? All those years of people fawning over your stupid wings and that’s it? Does that even qualify as a recipe? That’s like opening a tub of hummus and calling yourself a hummussier.

KENT: Jealousy is not one of your more attractive qualities. What did you bring to the table, something super inventive and original like jello shooters?

BUD:

KENT: Oh, that’s just sad.

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Spooky Gummi Worm Jello Shooters:

Ingredients:

2 cups Vodka
3 cups Water
3 packs Jello (any flavor)
1 bag Gummi Worms

Step 1: Boil water. This is the hard part — waiting for water boil. Remember: A watched pot never boils, so resist the urge to stand over it — unless you want a steam facial.

Step 2: Add the jello to the hot water. Stir until the jello is completely dissolved, after which you should stir for another 2 minutes.

Step 3: Stir in the vodka and pour the mixture into clear shot glasses. Chill.

Step 4: Before the the jello becomes completely firm, add a gummi worm to each glass. (Consider leaving just the head sticking up out of the jello.) Then allow to the jello to become completely firm before serving.

Tip: Make sure that your ghosts and ghouls get home safely. There should always be a designated driver. (Or perhaps you could supply a spare coffin in which Dracula can sleep it off.)

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BUD: Try to keep your costumes on, gents. The rest of you, do what makes you comfortable.

KENT: Happy Halloween, everybody!

 

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