These over-the-top Halloween cocktails from favorite Food Network chefs are sure to liven up your haunted get-together.
I often advise people to find one of the many wines available with scary names: Sin Zin, Dead Arm or Devil’s Lair. Or whip up a big-batch wine that is sure to give your guests the creeps.
Learn the basics and advanced cooking techniques from Food Network with how-to advice on everything from cooking or carving a turkey to grilling corn.
Sandra whips up two charmingly eerie treats to give your Halloween celebrations some otherworldly flair.
Pumpkins aren't just for pies and carving. Roast the seeds for a tasty treat or use them in these delicious recipes.
We showed up at Baltimore's Charm City Cakes with a bunch of pumpkins and a mission for the Ace of Cakes gang: Carve us some cool jack-o'-lanterns!
Learn how to decorate a corn cob cookie.
Break out the black light to make this bright-green edible slime glow. Our icky, sticky recipe makes the perfect sensory play activity for kids — and adults.
See how to turn sugar into caramel, then browse our caramel apple toppings bar.
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