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[Witchy Kitchen] A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT-inspired Recipe for Fesenjan: Persian Walnut and Pomegranate Stew
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014), directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, is touted as “the first...Read More
[Witchy Kitchen] The Portuguese Caldo Verde with Meatballs You’ll Need After Viewing THE EYES OF MY MOTHER
The Eyes of My Mother, the 2016 film directed by Nicolas Pesce, gave us a unique and chilling...Read More
Knives Out, directed by Rian Johnson, is out this Thanksgiving weekend and promises to be a...Read More
[Witchy Kitchen] Universal Classic Monsters Menu! 3 Recipes Inspired by DRACULA, THE WOLF MAN, and CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON
The monster movies made by Universal Pictures in the 1920s through the 1950s are the backbone of...Read More
[Witchy Kitchen] Bite into a Recipe for Northwoods Nachos with Extra Badger Sauce for JENNIFER’S BODY
Jennifer’s Body may have flopped when it came out in 2009, but 10 years later it is finally...Read More
Annie Wilkes may be one of the most deceptively terrifying characters in fiction, flipping from...Read More
Midsommar, director Ari Aster’s sophomore film, is a sun-washed nightmare. Dani (with a beautiful...Read More
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