10 Easy, Comforting Halloween Recipes for Dinner Tonight
Halloween falls on a Wednesday this year, which is basically a crime to kids and kids-at-heart who look forward to that one night to dress up and go trick-or-treating after work school.
I've always made the same mistake every year—both as an adult and as a kid—of not eating anything substantial before the night of debauchery. This can catch up to you pretty quickly. So, it helps to have a reliable savory recipe or two on hand—a Tupperware of warm and cozy stew, or some crispy chicken thighs with white rice, a grilled cheesy sandwich maybe—protein and carbs, essentially, to ensure that you're fully fueled for the night ahead.
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Christina Tosi's Fall Pound Cake Has a Few Delicious Tricks Up Its Sleeve
I've always adored the innovative recipes of genius-pastry chef Christina Tosi—and I could live off of the chocolate malt cake truffles she sells at Milk Bar. But it wasn't until she casually used the phrase "bundt it up" in reference to changing a cake's shape that I entered full-on swoon mode.
Tosi, whose new book All About Cake comes out next week on Oct. 23, coined this phrase in response to my question about adapting the bake time for her Burnt Miso Pound Cake. This delightful cake is one of many insanely delicious creations in All About Cake. It caught my eye the moment I flipped through the book, and frankly, I haven't stopped thinking about it since I tried a bite. (Okay, 25 bites.)
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