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Dorothy Dean presents how to make and eat Jell-O worms

I can hardly contain myself. My most favorite holiday of the year is less than one month away. Eek! I’ve been very busy preparing, too – stringing cotton spider webs on the windows, hanging ghosts and skeletons along my front porch, hammering gravestones into my yard, creating my daughter’s elaborate costume and making spooktacular treats.

Dorothy Dean presents: Tender chicken adobo is a family favorite

Three states, six addresses, one daughter, three dogs and countless memories (and eye rolls) have brought my husband and me to our seventh year of marriage this year. The main things that have gotten us through are the basics: love, laughter, adventure – and chicken adobo.

Dorothy Dean presents: It’s dunking time with Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookies

My multi-talented friend and fellow contestant from Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship – which he won – has been “on a never-ending quest to perfect chocolate chip cookies.” Well, I’m delighted to share that his pursuit has found him a recipe that, after some minor altering, he declared “pretty much perfect.”

Dorothy Dean presents: Bacon Cheddar Scones are savory and golden perfection

My foodie self is always excited to explore the dining scene in Boise and eat – and drink – my way through the weekend. For Sunday brunch, we checked out Bacon. It’s a casual bistro that serves brunch all day and offers flights (served in shot glasses) of their five types of bacon.