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Throwing a party, especially a Halloween party, can become an overwhelming task.
When planning what items to keep stocked in your pantry do you consider your freezer as well? I always keep items like frozen berries (who doesn't love a taste of summer in the dead of winter?) and homemade chicken stock, but I also love to keep a package of puff pastry on hand.
Halloween is all about playing tricks on the mind. These edible Halloween treats are prepared with your greatest fears in mind. Whether it be arachnophobia, the fear of ghosts and graveyards or dirty ears, these goodies are equally as delicious as they are terrifying.
The leaves have all changed to brilliant reds and gold here on the Bay of Fundy. We are all hurrying to bring in the last of the winter's wood, and readying the farm for winter. We have had the first and second killing frost, so even the sunniest of days carry a chill.
Crisp fall mornings call for heartwarming breakfasts. Cinnamon apple pie oatmeal cooks itself while you sleep and will be perfectly prepared in the wee hours of the day. This meal is definitely on the heartier side so you can feel well nourished when beginning your day.
When I first heard that my son was going to have to be gluten free, I wracked my brains trying to find out how to give him his favorite food; noodles. Then, I discovered spaghetti squash. If you have the chance to try this unique and interesting vegetable, now is the time to buy some.
Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies is the fall version of this classic American treat. Pumpkin puree helps keep these cookies moist and fluffy with a tender crumb.
A perfect fall supper, acorn squash is a sign that fall has truly arrived. Fill the sweet halves with a mixture of walnuts, cranberries, brown sugar and butter to make an incredibly flavorful meal. We like to use a touch of maple syrup over all, for a true taste of Maine.
Noodles are a staples in our home. We love eating them at least once a week, and using homemade noodles gives much more flavor to the dish. Making them is easy.
Opened faced burgers are amazing because the bun is optional. That being said, if you are a ride or die bun fan, you can use other starchy vehicles like a slice of potato bread, English muffin or dinner roll.
After school snacks that are tasty as well as healthy are not that easy to find. That's why I love this recipe for spicy cauliflower that is flavored like your favorite buffalo wings. My kids can hardly wait for them to cool before eating every crunchy piece.
Slow fall mornings are made for fresh pumpkin spice buckwheat pancakes. This amazing recipe is gluten-free and dairy-free so regardless of dietary restrictions, everyone will be able to enjoy a hearty breakfast.