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Come October 31, dripping blood and spooning up eyeballs will top the Halloween trend in Pakistan. It can be as spooky as you – or your friends – can take without running screaming from the room although, come to think of it, that just may be the icing on the cake!
Sipping blood is not quite as horrific as it sounds; indulge in healthy, luscious, blood-red, freshly squeezed pomegranate juice, but call it something Halloween specific – ‘witches’ brew’ or ‘wizard’s’ blood’ should do the trick. Serve it up with swizzle sticks topped with stars, moons, cats or anything spooky that, preferably, glows in the dark. Continue reading