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Deviled eggs are quite possibly America's most beloved appetizer — so why not whip up a few for a devilishly delicious Halloween? Once you've mastered the basic technique that's shown here in the video, get creative, and add black and orange touches like paprika and caviar on top as a garnish. Ready to see how it's done? Watch now!
Summer berries have faded away, but you can still add a sweet touch to salads by tossing in colorful butternut squash. Make this Fall-forward recipe for a butternut squash salad with maple balsamic dressing, courtesy of Whipped.
I've seen a bunch of butternut squash salad recipe circulating the food mags and blogs and have been dying to come up with my own. My own version plays up the butternut squash with sweet maple syrup and tangy balsamic. Mixed with raisins, crunchy walnuts, and creamy goat cheese, this salad is perfect for the holidays and just as perfect for a weeknight meal. I cannot wait to throw this together again on Thanksgiving!
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Sure, there are lots of cute Halloween candies and cupcakes you can make to impress your guests, but it's important to serve some savory offerings too. Check out these 10 recipes that are orange and black colored, so you can stay in line with your Halloween decor without making every food item pumpkin- or bat-shaped.
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Halloween is usually all about the costumes and decorations, but there's an important piece that's sometimes overlooked: punch. It's a must have for any child or adult party, give or take your favorite booze. Just remember to up the spook factor with garnishes like gummy worms and handmade blood for the ultimate holiday drink.