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- The main reasons you're breaking out (and what to do about it)
- How to dress as your favorite '90s girl for Halloween
- Cozy maternity sweaters to wrap up Fall baby bumps
- Boots you need in your closet now
- Baskets that store with style
- Watch the teaser for Iron Man 3
- Video: Sarah Silverman on embracing imperfections and her love of piano rock
- Oprah's career advice for 20-somethings
- A no-equipment total-body workout for any space
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Posts for October 22nd 2012
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.
- Find out where Burger King's testing out a pumpkin patty — Zagat
- A love letter to Bulgarian feta — HuffPost Taste
- Mario Batali's preteen sons ink a cookbook deal — Grub Street New York
- Scientists develop mouth strips to cure tongue burn — Delish
- Behind the scenes at the Southern Foodways Alliance Symposium — Eater
- How to make a foolproof omelet — Yahoo! Shine
- Fall comfort food: baked beans on toast — Big Girls Small Kitchen
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.
Olive oil and salt, sweet spiced, and soy sauce pumpkin seeds
Pumpkin is arguably the most prominent flavor of Fall, but when you're craving something crunchy, opt for pumpkin seeds over the tender orange flesh. Here, we offer three simple twists on roasted pumpkin seeds — and the easiest way to dress up your food with them.
Olive Oil and Sea Salt Pumpkin Seeds
A classic, toasted with olive oil and sea salt, these pumpkin seeds are great to have on hand to toss into snacks and side dishes like . . .
- Popcorn: Pumpkin seeds have a roasted flavor that complements popcorn. Add some plain M&M's to the mix for a sweet, salty, and crunchy snack.
- Grain salads: Create a grain salad using wild rice, quinoa, or millet. Simply add your dressing of choice, pumpkin seeds, and dried fruit like cranberries or apricots.
- Trail mix: Make your own trail mix with pumpkin seeds, dried fruit, chocolate chips, and other nibbles from your pantry.
Keep reading for more pumpkin seed recipe ideas.
Weekends call for something bigger and better than a bowl of cereal or bagel with cream cheese — like this egg-topped breakfast tart, courtesy of Poolovesboo.
Saturday mornings are made for preparing a breakfast that takes more than five minutes to make. This breakfast tart is easy to make and superdelicious.
For the recipe, check out her blog, then be sure to upload your best food photos to our Savory Sights group in our community. If you're on Instagram, chime in on the conversation with the hashtag #savorysight.