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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.
Sandra whips up two charmingly eerie treats to give your Halloween celebrations some otherworldly flair.
Our spooky craft dresses up any ol' box wine for the occasion.
Things are about to get "fun-sized."
Pumpkins aren't just for pies and carving. Roast the seeds for a tasty treat or use them in these delicious recipes.
Instead of stocking up on individually wrapped Halloween candy, opt for Food Network's sweet and spooky homemade treats.
Crunchy and salty, roasted pumpkin seeds make the perfect in-season snack from Food Network.