Sometimes it’s Sunday evening before I get around to thinking about the Highlights. Sometimes, the topic is a bit of a stretch and I’m lucky if I come up with a handful of great links.
Some topics are simple though; when there’s a holiday approaching, I start saving links as soon as they appear in my Reader. (I’ve already started collecting for Thanksgiving!) The result is lots and lots of Halloween links. So many, I’m leaving out much of the commentary this week and offering you the links by subtopic:
Like food celebrities? Check out Chow’s Food Celebrity Halloween Costumes (Michael Pollan or Alice Waters, anyone?)
Serious Eats is dressing up their French bulldog, Dumpling, in 12 different food-related costumes. Pretty stinkin’ cute.
Tasty Kitchen posted a bunch of the site’s prettiest looking Halloween recipes (I’m sure they taste good, too).
Martha Stewart’s recipe for bones made out of marshmallows - apparently they’re not hard to make. (on The Kitchn)
Need some eyeballs for your Halloween treats? (Really, who doesn’t?) The Kitchn has 5 recipes to choose from!
Halloween candy inspired recipes on Salon
NY Times: Is Candy Evil or Just Misunderstood?
Serious Eats: The Best and Worst Halloween Candy
The Atlantic: How Candy and Halloween Became Best Friends
YumSugar has a slide show of the best selling candy around the world.
Is their poison in your Pixy Stix? (Answer: Highly unlikely. Side note: I haven’t had Pixy Stix in forever. I think I’m okay with that.)
Slashfood: Organic Halloween Candy
What’s Scary than Halloween? Blood Chocolate (Change.org)
Recycled candy wrapper art (mental_floss)
(Almost) every weekend, I choose a theme and highlight blog posts, websites and news articles from my Google Reader which I found interesting (and hope you do too!) If you want more reading, check out “What I’m Reading” on my sidebar. And don’t forget to add Relishments to your reader or like Relishments on Facebook!