HG: Annie Payne Column October 25, 2008

Don’t let Halloween sour

ANNIE PAYNE/Special to the Sentinel
Before your children go out for some trick or treating on Halloween, get them to the dinner table for a wholesome meal described in a “mystery menu” that creatively tells what will be served. If you are having spaghetti, change the name to “Worms and Gut Sauce.” The gross-out factor becomes part of the Halloween fun.



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ANNIE PAYNE/Special to the Sentinel
Before your children go out for some trick or treating on Halloween, get them to the dinner table for a wholesome meal described in a “mystery menu” that creatively tells what will be served. If you are having spaghetti, change the name to “Worms and Gut Sauce.” The gross-out factor becomes part of the Halloween fun.

I remember a Halloween, sometime during the ’80s. I wore my mother’s pink robe with marabou feather trim, a cardboard crown wrapped in tinfoil, and I carried a blue floral…




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