Razumich & Delamater October 2019



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Longtime readers may remember that last year, Jack was menaced by Freddy Krueger (better known as Robert Englund), so this year, it was only fair to show him menaced by Jason Voorhees. Today’s photo shows Jack being murdered by the hockey-masked killer as played by Kane Hodder, who played the villain in Friday the 13th Parts VII, VIII, IX, and X (this series fancied itself up by using Roman numerals). Underneath the mask, Mr. Hodder is a remarkably nice person who was happy to chat with fans while signing autographs (and, yes, a signed copy of this photo is on Jack’s celebrity wall in his office). And, unsurprisingly, the man is STRONG. That look of surprise? That came from being manhandled unexpectedly, but it was all great fun. This issue naturally follows the theme of the season. Hopefully you enjoy the crisp air, colorful leaves, reasonably priced candy, and scary movies just as much as we do, and we’ll see you next month.

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During the chilly nights of autumn, most people turn to one of three piping hot drinks to keep them warm: hot chocolate, apple cider, or tea. But take it from us — you can do much better. There’s no better place to be during the fall than in your warm kitchen experimenting with the plethora of hot drink recipes the season has to offer. Thanks to the rise of celebrity chefs and kitchen keyboard warriors (aka food bloggers), there are dozens of variations on hot chocolate, apple cider, and hot tea out there and even more unique potions splashing onto the scene all the time. First, let’s address the favorites. You can easily improve your hot chocolate game by melting your own chocolate, adding a bit of cinnamon, and using whole milk instead of water, but the world of cocoa is much larger than that. For an extra sweet twist, try using white chocolate instead of milk chocolate or topping it with crumbled toffee and toasted hazelnut pieces instead of marshmallows. You can spice up your drink with pepper to mimic the Aztecs, or make a 21-and-up version by adding a shot of peppermint schnapps and whipped cream.

-John Razumich and Joe Delamater

When it comes to apple cider, try getting in the Halloween spirit with Food Network Canada’s Spooky Apple Cider Punch; the recipe calls for cinnamon sticks, cloves, and

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