Halloween Party Recipes and a Spooky Dessert Link up!

Can you believe Halloween is just two weeks away! Here are some munchy ideas – for the party or while you wait for the trick or treaters. It’s all good! But we need some desserts – and that’s for you to bring!

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #337

Can you believe Halloween is in just two weeks? Time sure flies! What are your plans this year? And most important, do you know…

what's for dinner?

 And bring your friends~

This is a collaboration of ideas ~ And we want yours! Bring your food related posts!

It’s What’s for Dinner!

So come on in and party with us!

Share as many as FIVE food related posts you haven’t shared recently (in the last month)!

Please post to your blog post only – no instagram or facebook please.

(Many people do not use those platforms)

             Please DO NOT link to Etsy or other sales sites. 

 Here are the some delicious ideas that were shared last week (and not just for dinner!). You pick the winners just by visiting the page! 

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 Please stop by and visit our featured bloggers. Show us your favorite by visiting their site – and next week might be you! It doesn’t have to be just for dinner.

Side Note: In order to be featured we must be able to copy your pictures to the post. We were unable to feature a couple of great recipes – Darn!!

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Easy Chicken Shawarma

It’s National Shawarma Day! A day to celebrate the middle-eastern meats, bursting with warm and smoky aromas that fill your mouth with delight! Originating in Turkey, shawarma means to turn.

shawarma

Traditionally various meats were marinated in spices and cooked slowly on a rotisserie. Many cooks now grill it – even pan fry. It’s the spices that make shawarma so good! Don’t let the ingredients list scare you. It’s mostly spices that can be mixed in big batches. Continue reading

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Frito Pie – Throw Back Thursday

I remember making Frito pie on camping trips. Dad would make up a pot of chili. He’d open the top of our little bag of Fritos and put a scoop of chili inside. Top it off with some grated cheese and grab a spoon. We loved it. But it wasn’t just a camp food.

There are several theories as to who and how the Frito pie was invented. Texas and New Mexico have been debating since the 1960s who invented it first. It was actually published by the Fritos brand corn chip company in 1949 – And they got it from Mexico.

Wherever it came from, it’s still fun to eat.

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And if you can only find a big bag of Fritos, just put those chips in the bottom of a bowl and use the bowl for your bag. Not as much fun but tastes as delicious.

Here’s How to Do it:

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Food for Health

 

 “Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food” – Hippocrates.

This quote by Greek physician Hippocrates has genuinely stood the test of time and aged particularly well. When many consumers are waking to the reality of food production, the source of our food and how that food is produced, packaged, transported, and ultimately consumed has given rise to massive movements that mean to educate consumers and change our behavior.

Holistically speaking, our means of food production in the West is changing fast. There are ever-increasing numbers of consumers who are more aware and demanding more from farmers, markets, and suppliers.

So let’s look at how the food we eat and that ultimately fuels our bodies and minds is part of an industry that is changing rapidly and in exciting ways. Continue reading

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