Eating Halloween

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Happy Halloween all! In the spirit of All Hallows Eve, I thought i’d share this amazing food art by Lee Samantha. I think if my mother made these beautiful plates of food for me when I was a child, I probably wouldn’t have thrown so many broccoli under the table (maybe). I have only shared her Halloween themed plates, but she has all kinds of incredible-ness on her website and instagram if you are interested.

This year Halloween is pretty uneventful for me. I have not been the best at Halloween activities in recent years. A holiday that I used to anticipate every year, I now almost always forget about, and pathetically put together a half-ass costume. Although, last year I was Rosemary Woodhouse, which was a very simple and fun costume – a vintage nightgown, pillow strapped to my belly, and a knife in hand. In case you have very little time, and not many ideas, I highly suggest that one. Who doesn’t like Rosemary’s Baby anyway!?

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