I got a request for the Nightmare Cupcakes I made last Halloween, so I made more. I also made Bone Soup....because I love making bones!! Actually, I love marrow bones, roasted. If you ever see them on a menu in a restaurant, ORDER THEM!!!!
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C'est Mortel ! Hi...Hi..ReplyDelete
Unfortunately in Italy Halloween is not celebrated, as in America, these your works are really fun.ReplyDelete
In Italy the roasted marrow bones are a very tasty dish, called "Ossi Buchi"
Yes!!! Italians really know how to eat, alright!!! I think I could live on bone marrow and lardo :-DReplyDelete
The bone soup looks tasty - I'm seriously tempted, and I'm mostly vegetarian :)ReplyDelete
We don't really do Halloween here in New Zealand either, but it's a fun event to watch in the miniworld - especially your inventions, Kiva!
...You would not be so beautiful and thin ...ReplyDelete
Si, si, esos huesos están perfectos. Creo que esta sopa va a ser tu plato tradicional todos los halloween.ReplyDelete
Your halloween menu is fantastic! I want bones soup a little bit! Great and original work... greetingsReplyDelete
Your work is wonderful do you have a web shop?ReplyDelete
Thanks guys!!! I am having a great time, actually :-D!! The juices are flowing. They were a little coagulated there for awhile :-/.ReplyDelete
Glenda, you don't have to suck out the marrow! Just savor the flavor and eat the veg :-D!!
Lia, you are too kind!!!! Hey, I just saw your Libretto in Scala!! HOLY SHIT!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!
Clara! ¡Sí!! ¡Amo el hacer de los huesos!!
PAKY, thank you doll!! LOL!!! A girl after my own stomach- you like bones too ;-)!
Thank you Janice! I do commissions and also sell on ebay under the username jklr4.
Your juices are flowing alright! I love this! It's so fun to see all the goodies you're making.ReplyDelete
Kiva, I think I have a problem....I can't stop looking at the roast and fishies you sent me, LOL. Seriously!!
Kristy, your juices are always flowing!! Much like the blood from that roast :-D!! Well, I get to look at my smoking possum and turtle every morning when I wake up, which I love ;-)!!ReplyDelete
i'd eat that! yum! good to hear things are moving along :D :D :DReplyDelete
here, we have an indian dish called "soup tulang", literally translates into "soup bone". it's coloured red with food colouring, and we dip french loaves into the sauce. the mutton bones have little meat on them, the awesome bits are the MARROW!!! there's a technique to dislodging the marrow by tapping it onto the plate, needless to say majority of the stalls serve the dish on paper plates :P :P super spicy hot and you oughta try it when you visit Singapore!!! you -are- coming down, arencha???? :P :P :P
OMG, Cindy!!!! I would SO be into that, big time!! Forget tapping, just suck that shit out!!ReplyDelete
You bet your arse I'm going to Singapore!!! The Hong Kong thing, time wise, is still not set in stone. Now, it might be Easter, next year!!!!
Una comida perfecta para Halloween.ReplyDelete
Los huesos te han quedado perfectos, y los pastelitos son una verdadera maravilla.
I was just going to tell you about sup tulang :) but looks like Cindy beat me to it. Hehe, tulang also has a rude connotation in Hokkien, but it essentially means fed up. When you are here, you will be taught all the colourful words , Kiva. Please learn how to eat spicy stuff because the best sup tulang is spicy :). The best food here is and I hope you like red food :).ReplyDelete
Meeting Cindy and Asuka this afternoon for some clay shopping. I think I will try to persuade them to have a tulang meal afterwards :).
Great minds think alike, you and Cindy!! Man, you chicks sure know how to eat ;-). Susan, I LOVE spicy, are you kidding me?? And damn, I'm envious!! I want to go clay shopping and eat sup tulang too....aaaargh!!!ReplyDelete
The finale of Top Chef had the three finalists fly to Singapore. They showed them hitting up the street market and I died. I thought of you guys :-D!!