The downside to writing a blog. You buy things you wouldn't normally. Like these. And Frankenberry. And the Captain Crunch with the ghosts that turn the milk green. OK, maybe that is a nust-have. But, it is Halloween, and you can use these ghosts for food projects like this with your kids. We'll find out. #happysugareduphalloween
OMG. Who doesn't need a cereal with ghosts that turn the milk green? OK, I get the healthy food thing. I was into Susan Powter and Dr. Perricone, etc. before you even heard of paleo this and Stevita stevia that recipe that. But you also need a sense of humor and less of a rose bush up your you-know-what sometimes. I guess that leads to a on-my-soapbox posting about food shaming, huh?
Found 'em! Blue pumpkins. At Trader Joe's of course. And Rainbow Foods, not of course. They make for great centerpieces.
A Minnesota native returns after 13 years away discovering a whole new food landscape.