Katy Perry's showing off her love for food. You should too this Halloween. Check out Food2.com for more ideas.
Linkage we’re into:
* Foodie looking for a creative costume? See what others have come up with [Food2]
* Hungry? Feast your eyes on 23 food costume ideas [Chefs Blade]
* Getting Serious about coming up with your food-inspired costume? [Serious Eats]
* Good eats, and great costumes [Food Network]
Make sure to swing by Food2.com for a hint at what other foodies are wearing…
Oatmeal with Pear Butter and Pepitas
Autumn’s been asserting itself in San Francisco. After a few weeks of Indian summer, full of sun and occasionally blazing heat, the mornings now break cool and grey, swathed under a scarf of silvery fog.
On these chilly mornings, I find a strange comfort in the blandness of oatmeal and plain black tea, but I also see no harm in punctuating such monasticism with a little punch of flavor. I favor a dollop or two of pear butter plus a scattering of pepitas for crunch.
Once I’ve filled my belly with warming oatmeal, cradling my tea in my hands, the morning’s veil is lifted, and I’m ready to embrace the day.
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Orange Wines -- A great get for your Halloween Party? Photograph by: Tom Censani
“That’s right: red, pink and white have company,” exclaimed a recent newsletter from the Chelsea Wine Vault. Laden with cartoony images of a wine glass filled with bright orange liquid and a grape vine dangling bright orange grapes, the newsletter featured an infamous, under-the-radar vino known as orange wine. Save all judgment! Unlike gimmicky green beer sold on St. Pat’s Day, orange wine has a legitimate backstory…
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David Rocco's Pumpkin Soup
We’re teaming up with other food and garden bloggers to host Summer Fest 2010, a season-long garden party. Each week we’ll feature favorite garden-to-table recipes and tips to help you enjoy the bounty, whether you’re harvesting your own goodies or buying them fresh from the market. To join in, check out awaytogarden.com.
At long last, it’s squash and pumpkin season. There’s so much to love about winter squashes in their many forms — butternut, acorn, buttercup, spaghetti, delicata, hubbard, kabocha, sweet dumping, Cinderella pumpkins, sugar pie pumpkins. Yes, they all look lovely in a basket on your porch, or carved up with scary faces and all of that, but they deserve better — you deserve better — here are some great ways to take advantage of these beautiful-to-gaze-at but even better-to-eat vegetables.
Pictured above, Pumpkin Soup from David Rocco, host of Rocco’s Dolce Vita.
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Wild Mushroom Soup, a timely addition to our Facebook pix potluck
Creamy and earthy, chilly fall evenings call for soups and stews like this Wild Mushroom Soup shared by Nancy on the Cooking Channel Facebook page. Thanks for the delicious-looking photo and the recipe, Nancy!
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Tear into David Rocco's Focacce.
The oven’s been off all summer while you chilled at the grill. Now it’s the start of baking season, with holiday cookies and pies right around the corner. From savory breads to decadent desserts, our fall baking gallery is full of ideas.
View the Fall Baking Recipe Gallery.
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