Zombie Cookbook Gives a Ghastly Twist for a Perfect Halloween Culinary Extravaganza
Authored by J.O. Osbourne, the Zombie Cookbook offers a wide variety of recipes that make up the perfect Halloween feast.
With the Halloween season lurking around, Zombie or Vampire party preparations are underway. Creative minds are working to make outrageous ideas for costumes, makeup and themes happen - all to ensure a great event for the trick-or-treat holiday. One other important element to a great Halloween party is, of course, great food that will keep partygoers munching until the break of dawn. Just as special occasions and parties require great and elegantly presented food, Halloween shindigs should have extraordinary servings fitting for the month of horror.
The Zombie Cookbook offers a Halloween cooking spectacle, teaching party hosts how to fiesta just like a Zombie would. The eBook is a fun and light cookbook that entices the whole family to cook simple recipes and give them the "horror" twist perfect for the occasion. Also called The Vampire Zombie Werewolf Cookoff Cookbook, The Zombie Cookbook is authored by J.O. Osbourne, a self-published writer of horror - and horror with a twisted sense of humor - who also happens to have a passion for gory food as well.
Roberta Karchner loved her Zombie Cookbook and only has the best things to say about it at Amazon.com: "This cookbook contains 35 detailed recipes that are clearly laid out, with instructions that are easy to follow. The best part about it is that the foods are as delicious as they are fun. I hope the author comes out with a whole series of these, based on different holidays, because such creativity should not be limited to a single theme!"
Inside pages of the Vampire Cookbook displays an impressive list of 35 delectable eatables that impress dinner guests during Halloween. With a few simple techniques, common ingredients such as olives, ketchup and marshmallows can be transformed into eyeballs, blood, sticky brain matter or severed fingers that can easily fill up the plate with fright. While some recipes do require some culinary know-how, most are simple to assemble and can be made in less than an hour: perfect for people looking to get freaked-out fast.