Halloween, Part 2

Little more  than 3 weeks to go for Halloween, here is  the second  part  of the food series.

This time, besides more  spooky-scary-funny party food, I  have included some traditional national specialties  for the holiday + a couple of drinks, like the Black Witch cocktail:

Black witch cocktail

Black witch cocktail

Then we tried our version of the  Celtic  Lambs Wool,  one with ale and a milk based one for kids:

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Halloween drink for kids

Staying Celtic a version of  barnbrack bread was tried:

Halloween cake

Homemade barnbrack

Without moving far away geographically, we prepared some toffee “bonfire-style”:

Bonfire toffee

And still in the same area,  a colcannon was set up:

Irish colcannon

Being Spain based, we certainly prepared a little tribute to local holiday sweets, in the shape of different versions of buñuelos:

Halloween dessert

Bunuelos de vient

Spanish Halloween biscuits

To finish the Halloween holiday shooting we went back to do a few setups for kid  party tables, with some ghostly cut  fries,

Halloween crispy potatoes

spooooooooooooooky eyeballs and liquorice monsters,

Halloween candy

and some colorful  fun table decorations with assorted candy:

Autumn paty background

Halloween party table

Halloween party table

Many thanks to Ángela, invaluable with her prop work and decoration ideas, without her these sessions would not have been possible.

You can find the whole Halloween collection in my stock portfolios, for instance in this compilation on Shutterstock

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About Olaf Speier

Hello, thanks for taking a look ! When I am not traveling somewhere or into some art project, I devote my time to stock photography. This blog intends to give an insight into my current stock projects.
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