Halloween is just four days away and no costumes have been bought or made for my 5-year-old. I guess I know what I’ll be doing this weekend. There is an “adult Halloween” happening on Main Street on Friday, maybe I’ll go as a chef since I haven’t made a costume for myself yet either. It sounds like a lot of fun and I hope to see some familiar faces, no clowns.
The cold weather is finally upon us. Only weeks ago, you couldn’t convince me to turn on the oven or stand over a steaming stockpot of soup for any reason. Today, all I want to do is bake, roast and make stew.
Tailgating season means football, friends, and good food.
Are you looking to bring something different this year? I have a few tips to get you started and the rest is left to your imagination.
A lot of people struggle with how to keep the food warm in the colder temperatures. The slow cooker will keep most things warm for a couple of hours even after you unplug it. But, what about the other stuff? Try lining a cardboard box with foil, grab some old towels or blankets and make your own hot box. Cardboard is an excellent insulator and the towels trap the heat in.