The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook By Bridget Thoreson from Ulysses Press. Join the Sanderson sisters just in time for Halloween with this spooky and fun unofficial cookbook sure to put a spell on you! Since its debut in 1993, the movie Hocus Pocus has achieved cult-classic fame, with both children and adults as a loyal fanbase.
Fans fall in love with the delightful, demonic and diva-esque Sanderson Sisters and the sleepy New England town they torment. Now you can conjure up your own spooky treats and bewitching drinks to celebrate Halloween, whether you’re attending a surprise rave in town, or just spending “a quiet evening at home.”
The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook is filled with fare inspired by everyone’s favorite witches and their spells, potions, and schemes. It is the ultimate must-have for fans of all ages but don’t worry, no children were harmed in the test of these recipes. Inside you’ll find frightfully delicious recipes for:
Burning Rain of Death Punch
William’s Wormy Grave Tombstone Cake
Dead Man’s Toes Sausage Appetizers
Baked Witch Casserole
“Way to Go, Virgin” mocktails
And much more!
My Opinion: These are some great Halloween recipes to enjoy in October for the month of Halloween. So many ingenious recipes and somewhat easy to make for dinner, lunch, breakfast, and more.
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