If you attended the English Club's Halloween Reading last semester, you'll remember that English Club member Dani Palazzolo brought a very tasty dish of pumpkin seeds. Well, here is the recipe:
Dani Palazzolo's Pumpkin Seeds
"Pick out the seeds from one medium-sized pumpkin, leaving a very little bit of the gook on it (gives it a nice pumpkin-y flavor). Spread them on paper towels so they dry, then put them in a large bowl.
In a medium saucepan, melt 3/4 c. of butter or margarine, and stir in 3 T. of garlic powder, 2 t. of salt, and 2 t. of cayenne pepper. Pour over the pumpkin seeds and toss to coat.
Spray a cookie sheet with some cooking spray so the seeds don't stick. Spread them out on the cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 10 to 20 minutes, or until they are slightly crispy and a golden-brown color."
Beowulf Film Update
Sounds delicious, Dani. In other news, the English Club will be filming the Beowulf film this Thursday, April 3 and Friday, April 4. We still need extras, so if you can make it, please come out. I'll send out an e-mail with more information later. For now, though, watch this clip of La Pasion De Jeanne D'Arcla (The Passion of Joan of Arc), a French film from 1928, for aesthetic inspiration. It's one of my top three favorite films ever (and it's not even number three!).
And here is the entire film:
See you Thursday,