Monday, September 27, 2010

Graveyard brownies, more speckled pumpkins,

I made more graveyard brownies (a wee but different from last year), some white speckled pumpkins, and Blue Hake fish. I buy my baby sister a mini pumpkin every year, and this one is orange striped with green spots and splatters. It's sitting on top of her stereo, no doubt being tortured by the blast eminating from the speakers. Kind of like me and my poor bleeding ears.


  1. Los pescados están perfectos. Me parece muy dificil conseguir esos colores. ¡Estan frescos, se ve en los ojos!
    Las calabazas me encantan.
    La broma de las lápidas dulces muy graciosa.
    Besos Clara

  2. Those graveyard brownies are great...Love them!
    And the pumpkins...and the fish... hmmm...wordless again!

  3. Those are the coolest brownies! They look like graves yet they still look like a brownie - perfect! And the pumpkins and fish-sooooo realistic as always!
    I feel for the pumpkin on your sister's stereo (especially if she's still playing "Yes", LOL)

  4. How do you do it? Not only perfection in miniature, but an amazing imagination, too!!
    Delightful!! :)

  5. Very funny brownies, the rest is perfect ... as always

  6. It is a pleasure to return to enter in your blog.
    After a period of time, away from the minis, again with renewed hopes.
    A greeting, Carmen kisses

  7. Thanks everyone!!! I'm loving the Halloween, but I have to throw some fish in the mix, you know me ;-)!! I'm a Pisces!!

    Kristy, OMG....the Yes. Please say no to the Yes!!! I was blasted a couple days ago and my ears were bleeding, profusely!!

  8. OMGGGGGGGGGGG! I really love your freaking pumpkins , fish, roasted meats, coconuts etc etc etc. You gave me an idea, maybe I should collect 1 type of pumpkins a year . I think pumpkins are the best looking root vegetables. It's very hard not to be besotted by them.

  9. Kiva...I'd love to see a tutorial on the squash!
    hugs Karin