I love Halloween…I love dressing my kids up and I love dressing myself up. Last weekend was a “mommy night out” Halloween party. Costumes were not required but I’m not one to turn down a costume challenge. I had recently been gifted a collection of ladies gloves (the kind you see ladies in Mad Men wearing to and from the grocery store and bridge club) and as I dug through the box and wondered what the heck I’m supposed to do with them I had a Halloween inspiration…
Is this a young girl in 1962 waiting for her prom date?
No, it’s me…2011…waiting for my mommy-night-out Halloween party ride.
I’ve owned this Jessica McClintock dress since 1993. I wore it to the prom when I was a Jr. in high school. My date’s name was Keith. Please don’t hate me that I can still wear it.
Now for the Almond Spice Goat Cheese…
I brought this tasty cheese and cracker treat to the Halloween party.
3 oz. or 6 oz. log of plain goat cheese
On a piece of wax paper or parchment paper, sprinkle a generous amount of Garam Masala. Roll the goat cheese in the spice until well coated. Transfer to a serving plate. Drizzle with honey then sprinkle with almonds. Serve with water crackers. So easy and so yummy.
If you like deviled eggs check out my friend at Go Mommy Go for her spooky recipe for Deviled Egg Eye Balls