Halloween might be gone, but the goods from the night are here to stay, at least for a while.
You could ration your candy out, or you could use it once and for all before the holidays arrive by making even more sweets with the candy.
These recipes for brownies, fudge and even candy bark will end the injustice of dried-up candy at the bottom of a pillowcase or stale candy found months later stashed in a drawer.
— Mike Randall (@MikeRandallon7) November 1, 2015
Elkhart Dining Days is in full swing and you’ve got until Nov. 7 to try some of the special menus participating restaurants put together.
There are 20 restaurants or bakeries involved in this year’s event, brought to you by Flavor 574 and Lochmandy Motors. The annual celebration of independent restaurants in the city features great local places offering a special and donating part of the proceeds to Church Community Services.
Flavor 574 food columnist Marshall V. King has already created a list of must-try places and has a few tips on Flavor 574 of what to order.
Your bowl of pasta is a legitimate way of showing school spirit.
On Tuesday night, Nov. 3, Olive Garden restaurants will host Spirit Night, during which a portion of sales from the night will go to the restaurant’s local high school, Flavor 574 reports.
Up to $1,000 from in-restaurant sales will be donated to schools.