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.)
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.
What’s it like to live in Salem, Massachusetts during Halloween season? Pull up a chair and I’ll tell you all about it.
This pumpkin hummus is hot and spicy–and makes a great app for the Fall season. Serve it in a hollowed out sugar pumpkin.
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Corn dogs are one of those great polarizing foods: Peeps either love ’em or hate ’em. Me? Call me a savage, but I need once like once or twice a year, usually in the thick of summer, right around Labor Day. They remind me of steamy August afternoons spent at town carnivals. Corn dogs. Cotton […]
Whenever The Little Black Cat and I go adventuring in Newburyport, we almost always stop at Tendercrop Farm on the way home. They’re open every day year-round. The produce is great, a lot of it locally grown depending on the season. They also do pick-your-own in season–and offer field tours for groups of 20+. (Now […]
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Calling kids of all ages (and all you H.P. Lovecraft fans) out there! OK, so these are really silly. And I should note that I didn’t invent these little suckers. There’s a whole sub-culture dedicated to making cute food to put into Japanese-style bento box lunches, including hot dogs. (Check out the fabulous bento […]
Ahoy! Quick note today with super awesome news! We’re so honored to announce that The Hungry Mouse won Best Blog, editor’s choice, in the 2013 Best of the Northshore (BONS) awards, presented by Northshore Magazine. Thanks, guys! We’re so proud. Can you see us beaming from here? 🙂 Home is where the heart is While […]