10 Great Costumes for Food Bloggers’ Kids!
Food bloggers' kids have it hard on Halloween when mom makes you dress up as some funny food. Here are 10 great creative costumes!
Elegant Purple Sweet Potato Skins with Brie and Sweet Walnuts (Secret Recipe Club)
Elegant appetizer, side dish for poultry or roasted meat, or even a main dish. Sweet potato meets crunchy, tangy and sweet for a perfect mélange.
Smoked Trout Pate Spider Bites for Halloween #SundaySupper
An easy but elegant smoked fish pate, topped with spiders...uh...olives. Definitely creepy but delicious. Pair with Spider Blood – aka Gallo Family Merlot or Red Moscato.
8 Creepy, Gross, Great Halloween Foods
8 creepy, gross, disgusting but great things to make for Halloween! Be afraid...be very afraid.
Brown Sugar Shortbread for #SundaySupper
Simple shortbread that tastes lightly of caramel from the brown sugar, and will find a place on any holiday cookie platter.
Caramelized Onion-Apple Meatballs with Herbs for #WeekdaySupper
Deeply flavored caramelized onions and apples along with herbs give a nice Fall flavor to meatballs. Serve over mashed potatoes for a satisfying Weekday Supper.
Baby Bok Choy Chips for October Unprocessed
Move over kale chips, baby bok choy chips are the new kid on the block. Try them and you'll be a convert.
Cherry Chipotle Meat Loaf Cupcakes
Savory individual meat loaves chock full of vegetables are baked in a cupcake tin to make perfect portions.
Green Alien Guts (aka Popeye Pasta aka Spinach Spaghetti)
Pasta that both adults and kids will like, especially if you call it Green Spaghetti or Alien Spaghetti. The only hiding this spinach does is in the name!
Fall Harvest Roasted Vegetable Bowl
Naturally sweet roasted vegetables atop a simple arugula salad makes a healthy dinner bowl. Vegan, gluten-free and gorgeous!