Once the pumpkin was carved, we were ready to prepare our spooooooky dinner! I picked the kids up from school, and whisked them home to discover our festive dining room, bedecked with scary stories, creepy crawlies, and cards from our friends and family.
Then we put on a bunch of silly hats, and went to work making supper. We started with the ground meats and sweet potatoes.
This is how you have noodles when you’re paleo: a spiralizer!
Becky handed Will a recipe and said “this one’s yours.” He was a bit nervous, but executed perfectly, start to finish, including the cleanup.
When he was finished, he helped Becky with yet another project.
We enjoyed all of this sitting at the table and enjoying the all-time, no-controversy, best halloween movie of all time. Don’t pretend you prefer something from the Scary Movie franchise or one of those Jason movies, either. You know it’s true.