Haunted Harvest | Print |

Maybe it’s the candy. Maybe it’s the colorful pumpkins and the haunted houses.  Halloween never fails to resurrect our inner child. We get a kick out of the fake headstones, scary scarecrows and ghoulish mummies our neighbors use to decorate their homes. To do our part, we answer the doorbell in full costume. This year we’re thinking Frankenstein and Nurse Ratched (don’t ask).


Great guacamole, studded with grilled corn, a big basket of tortilla chips and Frontera’s award-winning Chipotle Pumpkin Salsa will fuel the grown-ups charged with handing out the treats at the front door.


When the kids come in from trick-or treating, we’ll warm them up with Mexican hot chocolate and a bowl of spicy kettle corn.


Creamy pumpkin chipotle soup is so easy it won’t frighten even a novice cook.  Neither will the rich and zesty black bean chorizo tortas. Even the ghosts and goblins will remember this Halloween.



Nibbles for Trick or Treat Time

After the Doorbell Stops Ringing

To Warm Up the Trick or Treaters