I feel like I’m wearing my mime outfit. What up internet, Corrine here and you’re watching my brand spankin’ new show, Corinne VS Cooking. Today’s mission: Halloween dinner. The first thing we need to make is a pre-dinner cocktail, Am I right? Or, as I like to call them, cocktails from the crypt. Muahahahahahahahah Let’s get started, shall we? First up, I’m gonna start with the eyeballs for the good old eyeball highball. Alright, so I’m supposed to take a raddish and a paring knife and just kinda shape it like this to create the appearance of a veiny eyeball. This works pretty well actually! And yeah, maybe for this part I’ll just use a carving tool, that’s right, look at this hole! It’s amazing! Now I just gotta cut the end of an olive off and put it in the little pupil socket I just created, and yeah I think it looks pretty good! I only had enough patience to do two. Anyway, once I got them covered with the olive juice and the water I just popped them in the freezer and got started on my spider ice cubes. this are way easier, you just put a spider in each cube space then add water. Okay, while we’re waiting for the ice cubes to freeze, I’m going to start on the ‘horror’ d’oeuvres hehehe, see what I did there? I personally have always thought these deviled spider eggs were pretty brilliant. I think they look horrifyingly delicious! Actually, by the time I was done making these things the ice cubes for the martini were finished so I whipped up a classic martini cocktail. I actually think this little eyeball turned out pretty good! My inner fifties housewife approves. Rob, on the other hand, has the pallet of an 8-year-old and absolutely hates deviled eggs, olives and martinis, So I’ve prepared for him a more simple menu. For his cocktail I made him a spider-berry martini, just added some of this homemade motherf*cking blueberry puree Like a boss Some vodka, Shook it up with ice, And bam! Spider-berry martini For his ‘horror’ d’oeuvres, I made mini pizzas using pre-made dough, sauce, mozzarella cheese and mushroom spiders. again, Rob hates olives, so, I tried to make him a little spider out of a mushroom, which by the way I could not find any spiders made out of mushrooms on the good-old google. So, I’m pretty much winging it here I actually think it turned out pretty good but that sh*t was a pain in the ass so, Rob is only getting one mini pizza with a mushroom spider on it. I did however go ahead and make myself one. You know I love me some pizza. For the main course I kept it simple with a spoopy spaghetti dish. Instead of squid ink pasta, I’m gonna use this weird black bean pasta, Just added the sauce and some olive eyeballs and it actually turned out pretty amazing. I think Rob’s really going to like this one. so cute! Really, with the olives on it again? Just eat around them. They’re touching everything! Eight year-olds dude. For the last course, I’m going to try to exceed all of my culinary wisdom and know-how by preparing the very classic: Cat poop fudge. I made the mistake of following a Martha Stewart recipe, I don’t know what the hell I was thinking, also the instructables that I was following for the cat poop fudge said your supposed to stop using the fudge recipe at a certain point and then just follow her directions , which, you know what? actually worked out in the long run it totally worked out. I’m just pretty sure Rob’s gonna love it. Lets see what he thinks actually. That is f*cking delicious! Oh my god! mmh *que love at first sight music* I’m traumatised, forever. *bleep* *playful music* Do you have any cooking projects you wanna see me try? Leave a link in the comments down below *spills drink* uh oh 🙁 until next time… *snip snip* tHiS iS nOt GoOd 🙁 eyeball fell apart too..