Kneading dough is therapeutic. Which is what most mammas need after surviving Halloween parties at school. I survived three. Barely.
These veggie dog mummies are super fun and are the perfect way to get little people into the kitchen. But then again, today you may not have any little people in your house. You probably have a collection of princesses, ninjas, or dragons.
Halloween used to make me cringe. Now I think it is my favorite time of year to introduce new veggies and flavors to my kids. Anything green can become zombie related. Purple cabbage, sungold tomatoes, curly kale – they all become my allies. I can quickly turn them into something spooky or give it a lame clever name. My kids love Continue reading →
Cheese…what? I know. I know. As a fellow human raised on boxed macaroni and cheese it’s hard for me to relate to something so refined. However, after sampling a really good cheese board, you’ll quickly see that anyone can come to adore these scrumptious creations. Continue reading →
Need something new for a Halloween breakfast or brunch? Try this recipe for Black Forbidden Rice Coconut Pudding. Rice pudding is a perfect comfort food. I wanted to give it a little “spook” for Halloween using black rice. The results were scrumptious. Continue reading →
I agonized over the spelling of Boo-rrito. I finally decided I needed to stay close to the original spelling, you know, to honor the source of my inspiration. This is an incredibly easy weeknight meal you can whip up around Halloween. Continue reading →