Sunday 31 October 2021

πŸ‘» Halloween Sunday Brunch with Jaffareadstoo

On this Halloween Sunday morning settle down to a Spooky Sunday Brunch 

πŸ‘»I'm delighted to welcome you to Jaffareadstoo’s Halloween Sunday BrunchπŸ‘»

πŸ‘»What favourite food are you bringing to this Halloween Sunday brunch?

Since it’s a Halloween Brunch I think we should have slices of creepy spider pizza, spiky witches fingers, bandage wrapped mummy hot dogs and a cauldron of spicy squash soup...

And who can resist: chocolate filled pumpkins, witches hat cupcakes, ghostly mallow puffs, and blood soaked toffee apples...

πŸ‘»Would you like a Halloween Mocktail, Boozy Apple Cider or a sinfully, dark hot chocolate with melty marshmallows?

You can never have too much chocolate so a sinfully, dark hot chocolate with melty marshmallows is just perfect for this cold Halloween morning...

πŸ‘»Where shall we eat brunch – in the haunted house, the eerie castle or the dingy dungeon?

You can’t beat a haunted house with resident ghosts and ghoulies...

My picture

πŸ‘»Shall we have ghostly music playing in the background, and if so do you have a favourite piece of spooky music?

The 1973 album Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield is the theme music to the horror movie, The Exorcist, so its perfect for a spooky Sunday brunch...

Which of your literary heroes (dead or alive) are joining us for Sunday Brunch today?

The American author, Edgar Allan Poe to entertain us with his tales of mystery and the macabre, Bram Stoker can bring Dracula and Mary Shelley is sure to entertain us with tales of Frankenstein.

Alma Books

πŸ‘»Which favourite spooky story will you bring to Sunday Brunch?

I'm not a huge fan of spooky stories but I think the early novels of Phil Rickman have a strong sense of the supernatural and made me jump at shadows as I read them - Candlelight, Curfew, December and The Chalice all scared me to death. The Man in the Moss was the first I read so I'll bring that to our Halloween brunch.

Atlantic Books

πŸ‘»Is there a Spooky book you would like to read but haven’t had the courage to read...yet!

I started Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill but it scared me so much I couldn't finish it, maybe one day ...!

I will "sell" my stepfather's ghost to the highest bidder



πŸ‘» Thank you for joining us have a fabulous Halloween πŸ‘»

Stay Safe..

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