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Green

For Halloween, how about an orange theme? Make orange chicken using cutlets, orange juice and mandarin oranges, carrots or squash, and ... brown rice? I can't think of a starch that's black!

CityMama

Black...pasta dyed with squid ink with black cherry tomato sauce?

Meredith

I make weekly menus too. I don't post them but I do post recipes. I'm planning on having black pasta with roasted butternut squash for dinner tomorrow.

kateri

I'm making (goulish) split pea soup tonight for Halloween, and sandwiches that look like snakes! (Olive slices for eyes, and a sun-dried tomato slice for the tongue.)

I do plan a menu. I also am knee deep in my new food blog - all are welcome to check it out. I'm trying to post pictures for every recipe I post! http://katskitchentalk.blogspot.com

Dianne

I love to cook and bake! I post recipes on my blog from time to time, usually at least one every week or so:

http://www.daffodillane.com/movabletype/archives/food_and_recipes/

Dianne

Oh and some of the pictures for the recipe aren't showing right now. We had a problem with someone copying the pictures of Alexis (my 3 year old)and putting them on their own website so we had to move some things around and I haven't had time to go back and migrate the recipe pictures out of the protected directory yet.

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