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October Recipes
October is a colorful, spirited month. Vivid blue skies are overhead and sure rays of clear sunshine warm our shoulders. The changing leaves dance in the trees and then drift slowly down to form a multi colored carpet.
We feature a whole bakery full of tea breads to enjoy with a warming hot drink. With the holidays approaching, we long for those good foods of our heritage. We our sampling of ethnic favorites should satisfy.
Halloween closes this month and we suggest a treasure trove of really good tasting and good for you snack foods.
Our Vegetable of the month is the potato. This earthy tuber lends itself to soups, salads, side dishes, breads, and desserts.

Vegetables of the month: Potato
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How to make your Halloween festivities extra spooky



(ARA) - Halloween is the second most decorated holiday, so it won't be long until ghouls and goblins, witches and vampires, pumpkins and candy corn adornments begin appearing in advance of trick-or-treating and haunting celebrations.

This year, instead of buying your decorations, why not brew a little imagination? Just stir in a few items you already have around the house and a couple of cans of spray paint to create bewitching, inexpensive pieces for your home and yard.

Here are three project ideas to inspire and help you easily put some extra spookiness in your Halloween trick-or-treating.
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Classic Supper for 4:  Mushroom Nut Pate, Easy Scampi, Broiled Tomatoes, Creamy Vinaigrette w/Salad greens & Chocolate fondue
Family Dinner for 4 - 6: Stuffed Mushrooms,  Barbecued Pork Chops, Brunede Kartofler(Sugar Browned Potatoes), Raw Applesauce & Cherry Ice Cream
Lamb & Vegetable Kabobs Meal: Lamb and Vegetable Kabobs, Artichoke Salad, & Almond Rice
Spaghetti Squash Meal: Spaghetti Squash with Meat Sauce, Cauliflower Salad, Cheese-Herb Loaf


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Crock Pot Polish Cabbage Rolls
Slow Cooker Cabbage Rolls
Favorite Flank Steak
Mushroom Steak
South Seas Flank Steak
Crock Pot Apple Butter
Taffy Apple Dip
Company Cauliflower
Green Bean Amandine
Green Beans & Bacon
Mexican Corn
Creamed Spinach
Scalloped Onions
Vegetable Casserole
Zucchini Casserole
Ham Balls For a Party
Party Dip
Party Meat Balls
Party Mix 4
Swedish Meatballs (serves 300)
View all of the new recipes for this month and also see our recipe archive.

* Portions of October text by a Cooking by the Calendar A family weekly cookbook edited by Marilyn Hansen 


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