Here's another I guess one could say "spooky recipe". Not specifically Halloween but it's a damn good stew. I make it a lot when the weather gets cold.
JOHNNY LONGBOW'S CHICKEN STEW from TRACK OF THE MOON BEAST
>1 whole chicken, or chicken breasts
>3 ears of fresh corn, or one small pack of frozen corn
>1 large green bell pepper, chopped
>2 Anaheim Chile peppers, or poblanos (or whatever hot pepper you like), minced
>1 very large yellow onion
Salt to taste
>1. Stew the whole chicken or breast in water to cover until very tender. Remove from broth and cool the meat.
>2. Cut kernels off the corn cob (or pour frozen corn into the hot broth and let sit).
>3. When chicken is cool enough to handle, pull meat off in chunks and add back to stew. Add in the remaining ingredients and simmer for 1 hour. Serve with Frybread or top with dumpling made from corn meal.
The only thing I do different personally is that I omit the bell peppers because I don't care for cooked bells much and poblano peppers have a similar flavor anyway only better so I throw in an extra one or two of them instead.
This makes a stew that's got just a hint of warmth so even people who don't like hot peppers will like this. If you want a hotter stew then add your favorite dried or fresh chili on top of what's here.