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Archive for October, 2011...

Filed under Holidays, Party ideas


Halloween

Image by Pedro J. Ferreira via Flickr

Kids often get overwhelmed with sugary Halloween party food. Today’s guest, Kristin Hatch, offers a few alternatives that are fast and fun.

Are you searching all over the web for Easy Halloween Recipes for Halloween Party Food that are quick and easy to make, yet not too scary for your kids? It can be hard to search all those websites for recipes and forget it if you want photos, right? Now that it is getting closer to Halloween I thought I would give you some quick ideas to help you find just what you are looking for. These four recipes are more like general ideas for fun party food.

Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Saturday, October 29th, 2011

Filed under Cooking and kids
Vintage Halloween Trade Card "Ghost Story...

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Kids love Halloween. Here’s something else to watch for this Halloween season – no, not witches and goblins, but Halloween cards. Today our guest is Chris A Morris who has lots of ideas on how to find and what to look for when collecting vintage Halloween cards. Kids enjoy collecting items, and they may like to collect current Halloween cards as well as vintage cards.

Collecting vintage Halloween cards can be a very rewarding area for people wishing to start a unique collection of Halloween items. This type of paper ephemera is very appealing to the eye, easily displayed, and it is neither particularly expensive nor very difficult to source some really choice Halloween memorabilia.

Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Saturday, October 29th, 2011

Filed under Apple recipes, Apples, Cookbooks, Recipes, Regional food

The crisp Fall air brings with it the wonderful smell and taste of fresh picked apples.

Here are some tips for picking and storing apples:

  • Twist or turn the apple from the branch. If you pull it, the buds next to it will break off and not bear fruit next year.
  • Don’t rely on redness as a guide to flavor.  Apples come in all shades of reds, yellows and greens. Choose clear colored apples. Often those with an intense green undercast or undertone are not completely ripe. Those with a dull yellowish-green undercast may be too ripe.
Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

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