Ok, not really but let's just roll with it. I'm not entirely sure how this is going to go. I didn't have much of a following back when I was active and those few people have almost certainly moved on. If I can manage to get a "following" again, I'll try to keep this going. Help me out and tell everyone you know! Read this awesome blog - it's full of wit, wisdom and fun! Remember, white lies are ok.
December is around the corner (🙀) so I'll work on December Daily. You can see my previous December Daily in the archives. I can't remember what I took pictures of, so I'll go back and look, too. It will be new for all of us.
For today (possibly every Wednesday) is a recipe. Correction - recipes! Correction - Halloween recipes! Are you going to a Halloween party? Just want to have a festive dinner on All Hallows' Eve and ignore all the cries for candy at the door? I got you covered. Ashley (self proclaimed non chef) from BuzzFeed, tested 3 of the most pinned Halloween recipes from Pinterest. They are:
Chicken Boo-dle Soup
Deviled Alien Eggs
She gave the thumbs up to all of these. I watched the video and in my opinion, I would say the skull pizza and deviled eggs look better than the soup for a party. But if you are making dinner and it's a cold night, the soup would be perfect. Of all 3, I think the deviled eggs look the easiest to make and the appearance is going to win a lot of "ewww's" which for Halloween, is the desired reaction! I tried to get the video to post directly here but I wasn't able to so the link to the YouTube video is below.
Hopefully these recipes will inspire you to try something fun on Halloween or to take to a party. I know as we get older we can lose some of the spirit that days like Halloween offer us. I've been guilty of it myself and didn't dress up for work a few times. However, all it takes is a walk around the neighborhood or down the seasonal isle in the drugstore and I quickly feel the Halloween inspiration take hold! Try to let that inner child emerge again and have a skull pizza for dinner or chicken boo-dle soup. Smile as you enjoy your boo-utiful creations and talk about when you were a kid and what you did for Halloween. It's sure to be a fun conversation 🎃
What was your favorite costume? What was the candy you looked forward to the most in your treat bag? Leave me a comment and tell me.
Until next time, remember the words of Edmund Burke: "Evil triumphs when good men do nothing"