Just because these Halloween appetizers and main course dishes are spooky and spine-tingling doesn't mean they won't satisfy hungry party guests.
Putting a sinister face on party food takes nothing more than some simple sleight of hand -- and a bit of heat. Mix up deviled eggs using your favorite recipe, and add a dash of cayenne and some hot sauce for kick. Then bring them to life with pointed facial features: Triangles of red bell pepper and dark green scallions make horns and a goatee; snipped chives form a skinny 'stache.
Individual servings of French onion soup are sufficiently satisfying for Halloween revelers with more refined tastes. Morbier cheese, which has a veinlike stripe of vegetable ash down the center, makes a more suitably morbid topping than a traditional Gruyere.
Playful witches' hats add a frightfully festive touch to grilled cheese sandwiches.
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