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    Couple of food pics.





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    Found some more photos of the food we had the other year.

    Ghost shaped sandwhiches and bat shaped sandwhiches.





    Dragons eyes
    Cut boiled egg in half scoop out yellow bit into a bowl and mix with red colouring. Then replace into white section and add a currant or raisin.



    The Witches Boils are small tomatoes hollowed out and filled with cream cheese (very fiddley)


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    Quote Originally Posted by pigletpete, post: 65963
    Whats a Samahin mystic?


    <TABLE cellPadding=5 width=760><TBODY><TR><TD width=744>Samhain - the origin of Halloween

    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>October 31st
    This is the beginning of the Celtic and New Year. Samhain represented the death of the summer sun god, Lugh.

    This festival celebrates Nature's cycle of death and renewal, a time when the Celts acknowledged the beginning and ending of all things in life and nature. Samhain marked the end of harvest and the beginning of the New Celtic Year. The first month of the Celtic year was Samonios - ‘Seed Fall’.

    Two Roman festivals became incorporated with Samhain - 'Feralia', when the Romans commemorated the passing of the dead, and 'Pomona', when the Roman goddess of fruit and trees was honoured. The Halloween tradition of bobbing for apples is thought to derive from the ancient links with the Roman fruit goddess, Pomona, and a Druidical rite associated with water.

    Samhain heralds the beginning of Winter when the world starts to darken and the days are getting shorter - the 'dark half' of the year and the demise of the power of the sun.





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