I’m still in the mood for Halloween here, people!
But everywhere I go, I’m seeing signs that everyone is already on board the Thanksgiving train.
Yesterday I went to the stores to find some Halloween decorations for my front yard and the selections were pitiful. All the shelves are now stocked with Thanksgiving and Christmas stuff!
I don’t think I’m ready for turkeys and reindeer yet!
There’s still this Halloween party to attend to. Not to attend, mind you, but to attend to. It’s the daughter’s annual Trick-or-Treat Day with her friends. And unless you’re a chaperone, you’re not invited. And I’m not.
I am, however, required to contribute some treats.
Oh, the things you do for your kids!
Anyway, consequently, my dining table still looks like this. Since I’m still trying to figure out what to send to the party.
Thanksgiving tablescape will have to wait.
I don’t mind, actually. I kinda like this “Halloween theme”. You know, the-scarily-messy theme.
Hey, it’s Halloween, you wanna see something scary, don’t you? Here, take a look at my messy dining table! There! Scared enough?! LOL!
“What a beautiful way to use apples this fall. The fresh herbs, the walnut and of course the quinoa and brown rice make this a completely delicious meal!” — Zeba
“I have seen a lot of baked apple recipes, but Christina’s version had me drooling. They look so good and such a unique way to enjoy baked apples.” — Jhuls
“Whether they are cookies, breads, biscuits or anything savory, Jess makes them all so perfectly beautiful (of course, delicious, too). These shortbread cookies made me think why I haven’t started making my own. Absolutely fantastic!” — Jhuls
“I could have this breakfast, lunch and dinner and maybe a snack in between 🙂 Yummy…love burrata and those tomatoes must bring such a freshness to this meal” — Zeba
“Well now I’m forced to make this for the daughter. First of all, she LOVES pot pies! And these are so adorable! She won’t be able to resist these. Heck, I myself might not be able to resist them!” — Angie
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