Category: Dracula (Oct. 2014)

Garlic Fang Fries

Posted October 16, 2014 by Alison's Wonderland Recipes in Dracula (Oct. 2014) / 1 Comment

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If there’s anything more synonymous with vampires than stakes, it’s garlic. I knew if garlic didn’t make an appearance in this menu, I could never again call myself a Dracula fan with good conscience. Luckily, these cheesy garlic potato wedges by Chungah suggested themselves right away. Crispy on the outside, soft and warm on the inside, with a punch of garlic and red pepper to liven them up–they’re the perfect side dish to serve alongside our Robber Stakes!

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Robber “Stakes”: An Alison’s Wonderland Original Recipe ©

Posted October 9, 2014 by Alison's Wonderland Recipes in Dracula (Oct. 2014) / 9 Comments


Sometimes, it’s easy to feel like an author has you in mind when you read a passage in a book. For me, those passages usually involve food. 😉

In Bram Stoker’s Dracula, a common Transylvanian dish is robber steak: grilled beef kabobs with bacon, red pepper, and onions. How could I pass up a dish so perfectly tailored for someone like me, looking to include stakes in a vampire-themed Halloween menu? It’s also the perfect entree to accompany our spider chips and salsa!

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Renfield’s Spiders: Blue Corn Tortilla Chips & Transylvanian Salsa

Posted October 2, 2014 by Alison's Wonderland Recipes in Dracula (Oct. 2014) / 6 Comments


I’ve been looking forward to starting this menu for ages! I just read Dracula this past year, and it easily became one of my favorite books. I love the noble characters, gripping suspense, and quietly menacing nature of the Count. I knew right away that Dracula would be the inspiration for my Halloween menu!

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