(BUSINESS WIRE)--Go all out this Halloween weekend with FoodNetwork.com’s favorite recipes for freaky party foods and ghoulishly great treats — no tricks necessary. Plus, go pumpkin crazy with Alton Brown's roasted pumpkin seeds, Paula Deen's Gooey Pumpkin Cakes and Duff Goldman's outrageous pumpkin "slashing." (www.foodnetwork.com/halloween)
Bakery Chef Duff, star of Food Network’s Ace of Cakes, is the Halloween hooligan this season and FoodNetwork.com’s cauldron is boiling up web-exclusive “Tales from the Bakery” with the cake master himself. Visitors to the site will be thrilled to see Duff:
* Create an angry 3-D pumpkin cake in a spooky patch.
* Bake up pumpkin chocolate chip mini Halloween cakes with some ghostly icing.
* Test and terrify his bakery staff with his favorite spooky Halloween foods like slimy spaghetti intestines and brains á la tofu.
* Share a monster mash-up list of his favorite creepy Charm City Cakes, from the spinning-head exorcist to the zombie bride and groom.
Semi-Homemade’s Sandra Lee is all dolled up and ready for this All Hallows’ Eve. Get caught in her web-exclusive semi-homemade Halloween videos featuring a compilation of her crazy costumes from Halloweens gone by, themed recipes with ghoulish garnishes and even some spooky entertaining tricks.
Done carving the pumpkin? Don’t toss those seeds! Learn how to roast them for a fabulous fall snack with Alton Brown. Also, use them in snacks and desserts, or toss them in decorative baggies for the perfect party favor.
Want to make homemade costumes for the kids? The site even features step-by-step instructions for making fun food-themed kiddie costumes. For more Halloween thrills and chills, and all manner of devilishly delightful October 31st recipe and menu ideas, check out FoodNetwork.com.
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