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Any suggestions on dinner?

Im having a movie night the friday before halloween where all my friends and i will be in costumes. Since it’s gonna be at my house I wanted to cook something nice but i don’t know what to get. Any suggestions on dinner?

9 Responses to Any suggestions on dinner?

  • Kate M says:

    how about some finger foods or pizza and salad . or maybe just a really big salad . I have a recipe for a 7 layer salad and it is out of this world if you want the recipe just email me and I will be glad to give it to you dear . good luck and have fun.

  • Juls says:

    A pork loin roast is good for a group and is very impressive. You could serve with mashed sweet potatoes, and roasted veggie’s

  • 51 Cent says:

    answer 2s good

    homemade mac and cheese is awesome

  • cookiegal says:

    something hearty since most likely it will be a cold night:

    1) meatloaf
    2) chilli
    3) chicken and noodles
    4) chicken and dumplings

  • Melissa says:

    Lasagna, caesar salad and warm crusty french bread. You can do this on a budget and it feeds tons. For desert, make a cheesecake and color it with orange and black or something for Halloween or do a spiderweb on top with black icing. Have fun!

  • medusa says:

    Popcorn Ghosts

    30 marshmallows
    1 1/2 tablespoons butter
    12 cups popped popcorn
    1/2 cup miniature chocolate chips
    Additional butter for greasing hands

    Place waxed paper on a large countertop surface or on several baking sheets. Melt the marshmallows and butter in the microwave until smooth. Toss the marshmallows with the popcorn until thoroughly coated. Using well buttered hands, form the popcorn into small ghost shapes. Add two mini chocolate chip eyes to each ghost. You will need to regrease your hands multiple times while making the ghosts to prevent sticking. Place the formed ghosts on the waxed paper and let dry for at least two hours before eating. If it is very humid out, store in an airtight container or else the ghosts will absorb the moisture and get sticky.

    Makes about 40 ghosts.

    Preparation Time: 15 minutes
    Cooking Time: 1 minute
    Total Time: 16 minutes

  • Tania says:

    Here are some cool meals
    5.Pumpkin pie
    6.Halloween treats

  • JennyP says:

    How fun!!! Here are some ideas:

    Appetizers: chips and salsa, cheese and crackers, smokies in crescent rolls, artichoke and spinach dip in a bread bowl.
    Main Dish: Pork roast with a white wine, dijon mustard reduction, fresh green beans with lemon zest, creamy mashed potatos with garlic and sour cream.
    Dessert: brownies, cookies, lemon bars, apple streudal, pumpkin squares

  • misspa says:

    what about this
    Spinach-Pasta Salad with Shrimp Dinner

    1 cup shell pasta or elbow macaroni
    1 pound fresh or frozen cooked shrimp, thawed
    1 cup chopped red sweet pepper
    1/3 cup bottled creamy onion or Caesar salad dressing
    2 tablespoons snipped fresh dill (optional)
    Salt and freshly ground black pepper
    1 6-ounce package baby spinach
    4 ounces goat cheese, sliced, or feta cheese, crumbled
    1. Cook pasta according to package directions; drain.

    2. In an extra-large bowl combine cooked pasta, shrimp, and sweet pepper. Drizzle with the salad dressing. If desired, sprinkle with dill. Toss to coat. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

    3. Divide spinach among six shallow bowls or plates. Top with shrimp mixture and cheese.

    4. Makes 6 servings

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