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Sunday, November 29, 2020

Spooky S’mores Martini for Halloween

It wouldn't be Halloween here in Salem, MA if we weren't drinking some kind of goofy, seasonal cocktail. This year, it's the Spooky S'mores Martini, which we served with flaming Halloween Peeps.

Toasted Pumpkin Seed Brittle

Ridiculously easy, step-by-step photo recipe for Toasted Pumpkin Seed Brittle. Need a last minute hostess gift? This'll work like a charm. (Plus a bunch of suggestions for other brittle flavor combos.)

Homemade Pumpkin Dog Biscuits

This was my first whack at homemade dog biscuits. I honestly don't know why I waited so long to try this at home. They were so easy.

Life in Salem, MA at Halloween

What's it like to live in Salem, Massachusetts during Halloween season? Pull up a chair and I'll tell you all about it.

Fiery Pumpkin Hummus

This pumpkin hummus is hot and spicy--and makes a great app for the Fall season. Serve it in a hollowed out sugar pumpkin.

Halloween 2012 in Salem, MA

Ahoy! It's that time of year again. I honestly don't know where the time has gone. Most of you know that we live in beautiful Salem, Massachusetts. Salem is also known as Witch City, after...

Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream

Somebody save me. I almost always gain a couple of pounds in October, and I swear, this ice cream is a major reason why. 'Tis the season here in beautiful Salem, Massachusetts, though. The season...

Halloween 2011 in Salem

I just realized that I never got around to sharing all my Halloween photos with you guys. But, who says you can't have a little Halloween in December? After all, signs of All Hallows Eve are never far away, especially when you live in Salem, Massachusetts, a.k.a. Witch City. ;)

Halloween 2010 in Salem, MA: A Photo Tour

Join us for a photo tour of our hometown, Salem, Massachusetts. We captured a little of what it's like to be here on Halloween day and night--from ghosts and goblins to a real magic circle with the witches of Salem.

A 2010 Halloween Tour of Salem’s Essex Street

We have a lot of love for our friends here in town, many of whom run small shops and businesses. For this post, I'm going to skip most of the museum-y type places, and instead show you guys a little bit about what it's like to walk around town during October.