MUNCHIES guide to halloween
Working for 13 years at Memphis bar Earnestine & Hazel's, Karen Brownlee has seen it all—from poltergeist jukeboxes to floating orbs to voices from the walls that know her by name.
The practice of cutting open an apple to reveal that most potent symbol within— that of the pentagram—is still carried on today, particularly at Samhain and Halloween.
The monster movie legend makes a pretty decent-sounding guac, except for one weird ingredient.
"In the last few months, I've probably eaten thousands of earthworms."
The helpful science folks behind the YouTube channel Reaction decided to tackle this age-old mystery in a recent video. How many would you think? Maybe a thousand Snickers bars? Wrong. Way less!
Who better than Stabby, Smiles, and Giggles to show off some of the best kitchen knives on the market?
You don’t want to ruin the flavor of Walgreens’ finest 2-for-$2 candy by pairing it with the wrong wine, which is why we have advice from experts.
Before Saddle Peak Lodge was a restaurant, it was a stop for the Pony Express, a hunting lodge, a European auberge, and a bordello, so to find at least one spiritual energy who refused to rest in peace in its 100-year history would not be out of the...
Just make sure you throw on some Burzum while you’re baking. And while they may be hungry, don't let the boogeymen bite.
From bobbing for apples to eating candy of unknown origin, Halloween can actually be pretty gross.
What better time to hawk crappy food than during Halloween?