Halloween may best be known as the holiday where candy is king. And while that’s perfectly tasty, Halloween is supposed to scare up surprises, too. Why not create your own, using versatile popcorn?
Hamburger and hot dog relish are not quite the same, but Taste of the Town readers managed to find both at Glazier’s Food Marketplace.
Here’s a recipe for layered cornmeal with spicy tomato sauce from “Super Grains” by Jenni Muir.
Chef Steve Martorano opened his second valley restaurant earlier this month at Paris Las Vegas.
I can think of nothing more appropriate for Halloween and shortly thereafter, the Day of the Dead, than Wicked Red wine from Hob Nob Vineyards. Pair it with something meaty and bloody.
Layoff fever is spreading at Time Warner. Weeks after the conglom went public with job cuts at its Warner Bros. and Turner Broadcasting divisions, the HBO unit is expected to trim its own staff as well, according to sources. Approximately 7% of its 2,400 employees face pink slips as early as this week.
NBC is bringing Neil Patrick Harris back to series television as host of a comedy-variety series.
Marvel Studios has announced its new phase of superhero movies, including pics for the Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, The Inhumans, at a major fan event in Hollywood on Tuesday.
Taco Bell on Tuesday debuted its mobile app that allows customers to place an order, customize their food, access special offers and pay from their phones.
Halloween and Day of the Dead activities join opera and choral concerts and Sesquicentennial events on this week’s arts and leisure calendar.