I have a sketchy history with Halloween and costumes. [Read more…]
With that evil temptation of a holiday coming at us this Friday, I had to take preemptive measures. Otherwise, I knew I’d be doomed.
I wish all year could be autumn. I’d be bundled up in a cozy scarf drinking apple cider and eating roasted winter squash every day. And that’s not even to mention how much I love car rides in the country to take in the glorious fall foliage, and pumpkin spice lattes, which, incidentally, always seem
How many of you will admit to sneaking some of your kid’s Halloween candy when no one is looking? I don’t have kids (yet!), but yeah, I’d be guilty as charged. It’s the stuff we won’t buy for ourselves, but if it’s just hanging around, it’s fair game. If you didn’t buy it for yourself,
Look…they look like fudge inside! If you’re trying to avoid regular (read: sugar-coma-inducing) candy, this recipe will be your saving grace on Halloween night. Halloween at my mom’s house is like a free-for-all when it comes to sugar. She always has an insanely huge amount of candy on hand for giving away to kiddos trick-or-treating.
Halloween isn’t my favorite holiday. I kind-of see it as a non-holiday holiday that must be endured before the real holiday season can be ushered in (and for this I apologize to my darling Halloween-loving readers!). But…I will admit there are some fun things about it. Costumes, for example. And jack-o-lanterns. Scary movie marathons. And if
Today I have a few exciting announcements! Announcement #1: If you haven’t checked out Lazaro’s blog at Lazaro Cooks! be sure to do so! He is one of the most genuine people I know, and he is incredibly talented and passionate about what he does. Looking through his blog you’ll notice that everything he makes
Brandy and I want to give a huge thank you to everyone who participated. All of your festive recipes impressed us, and we loved your creative uses of seasonal flavors and ingredients. We really enjoyed seeing such a variety of sweet and savory dishes, and Brandy and I think that all of these recipes are
The first holiday Brandy and I are celebrating for our All Through the Year Cheer Event is Halloween! To Brandy and I, Halloween says apples and pumpkins, so this month we’ll feature several recipes with those ingredients. (For some reason, Halloween always puts me in the mood to watch the first Harry Potter movie…I think