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                    *  Exported from  MasterCook II  *      
                                                            
                        Mucous Membrane Milkshake           
                                                            
Recipe By     : Creepy Cuisine, Lucy Munroe                 
Serving Size  : 4    Preparation Time :0:00                 
Categories    : Halloween                        Putrid     
                                                            
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   2      cups          buttermilk                          
   2      scoops        vanilla ice cream                   
     1/2  cup           pineapple juice                     
   4      tablespoons   brown sugar                         
   2      cups          milk                                
                                                            
	Measure all of the ingredients, except the milk, into a blender.  Then blend on medium
speed until smooth and creamy.  Add more ice cream if you like your mucus extra thick.
 Fill tall glasses with the mixture and refrigerate. Heat the milk in a small pan over
medium heat until it begins to boil.  Remove from the heat and let it cool until a film
develops on its surface.  Using a wooden spoon, carefully scoop off the film and place
some on top of each milkshake.  If you need more mucus, just reheat the remaining
milk and repeat this step.  Blend chunks of pineapple into your milkshake (for phlegm
balls) or red cherries (for blood clots)! Penny Halsey (ATBN65B).






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