I don’t know about you but I am not ready to let go of Halloween yet. I think I’m going to extend Halloween celebration for another week. This year’s Halloween festivities was so much fun.
We went to both Knott’s Scary Farm and Universal Studios Horror Nights. Unfortunately the only pictures that survived are from Knott’s (there were some issues with my hard drive and a month’s worth of pictures were lost and unrecoverable)
Halloween Haunt at Knott’s Scary Farm
This is my 3rd year going to the mazes at Knott’s and it’s getting less and less scary for me. Instead of being frightened, I’m giggling most of the time. I love watching first timers and how they are on the edge the whole time. I was like that too.
The corn stalkers maze is still scary for me though. It hasn’t lost its scary factor yet.
Watched a fun show that was filled with pop culture spoof, imagine Saturday Night Live meets Glee.
You’ll be surprised how thirsty you get after screaming your way thru the maze. Free iced water never tasted to good. Even my Larabar carrot cake bar looks spooky when eaten at a haunted place.
After a weekend filled with decadent desserts at the family party, I was craving simple foods today.
I was craving vegetables all day and actually ate 2 large containers of broccoli. Today marks the beginning of operation “eat all the fresh produce before you leave town”.
I will be out of town beginning Thursday, I am flying out to San Francisco to attend the 2nd Annual Foodbuzz Blogger Festival. Out of 8,000+ food bloggers, I am 1 of 350 bloggers that is lucky enough to attend. I am so excited, I just can’t hide it.
On to my simple but very tasty dinner. I drizzled Garlic Gold oil and Garlic Gold nuggets to the vegetables and roasted them until tender.
Served with a side of stir-fried tofu cooked in my favorite hot & spicy Trader Joe’s sauce.
Easy, simple and nutritious dinner.