Don't waste those pumpkins you carved for Halloween this year! Here are a bunch of fun ways to use leftover Halloween pumpkins. See lots of food & party recipes using a leftover pumpkin -- like pumpkin butter, pumpkin donuts, pumpkin milkshakes, roasted pumpkin seeds, and more. Plus, how to make DIY planters & flower pots, serving bowls, pumpkin toss games, and dog toys. Heck, you can even use leftover pumpkins to make a healthy facial mask, feed the wildlife in your yard, or plant the seeds and grow your own pumpkins for next year!
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In addition to making pumpkin pie shots and pumpkin drink skewers or stir sticks, you'll find LOTS of Halloween drink recipes for punch and other cocktails, as well as non-alcoholic Halloween drinks for kids and adults alike.
Here are a number of options for a gluten-free holiday, including how to find a gluten free turkey to ideas for side dishes, and even some gluten-free Christmas gift ideas.
Over the years, I've hosted holiday parties many times and I'd like to share a few stress-free tips that will make your Thanksgiving dinner a smashing success. These are my best tips regarding food prep and cooking for dinner hosts who will be preparing the big meal on Thanksgiving Day...
Whenever someone goes to a lot of trouble to put together a big dinner or party, it's always nice to take along a hostess gift -- food baskets are great! You don't have to buy a fancy gift basket. There are many affordable hostess gifts that you can make yourself. Here are some food gift baskets that you can make and your hostess will love.
Last year's Thanksgiving dinner was my first time cooking for vegetarians. After a little research, I found that I could plan Thanksgiving dinner that would make all of my guests -- vegetarians included -- feel comfortable and satisfied when they left the table. I just had to do a few things differently...
The following tips will help you get through the day and still give you time to entertain your guests. The trick is to plan early and do things in stages... In fact, as soon as Halloween is over, you should start thinking about your Thanksgiving dinner plans.
Eating out on Thanksgiving Day is becoming popular. In fact, more than 50% of Americans have their Thanksgiving dinner prepared (in full or in part) outside the home. Here's an interesting look at the growing tradition of dining out on Thanksgiving Day.