Samuel Monsieur Cooks
The chef is in the kitchen cooking a Halloween-themed burger he calls Monterey Jack-o-Lantern Burger. Samuel gets into the Halloween spirit like all the other family members, by dressing up as his favorite character from “Bob’s Burgers.” The author of the cook, “American Burger Revival” suggests cooking the burger for two and a half minutes on each side. For the cheese, he uses the Bella Dry Jack cheese out of Northern California.
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Bridget McCarty and Doug Goodreau get into the Halloween spirit by showing you how to carve the ultimate pumpkins. For some extra tips, they suggest picking out odd-shaped pumpkins for carving some fun characters. Another fun tip is adding produce onto your pumpkin using toothpicks. They spend the rest of the show carving their masterpiece pumpkins that they will show off at the end of the show.
Bourbon Bacon Caramel Apples
Rachel Hollis is in the kitchen showing you how to prepare some mouth-watering bourbon bacon caramel apples. When adding the bacon to the caramel apples, she recommends starting from the bottom to the top, until the entire apple is covered. If you are not a big fan of bourbon, you can substitute it with rum.
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Katie Cazorla of “The Painted Nail” shows you how to make your own glow-in-the-dark nails that would go perfect if you are dressing up as a witch for Halloween. If you are looking for a creepy glow effect, Katie recommends painting the neon polish under the nail.
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The Science of Fake Blood
Now that it is Halloween, Dan Kohler is bringing you the science behind fake blood. Afterwards, he shows you how to make your own using water and corn syrup. You can adjust the coloring of the fake blood using cocoa or green and blue food coloring.
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DIY Monster Scary Garage
Matt Rogers and Matt Iseman work together to show you a fun DIY that involves your garage door by turning it into a monster! In order to save time, you can use a colored poster board. The total amount of time to do this DIY should only take you two hours and the total cost will run you between $50-$100 depending on the size of the door.
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