Tuesday, October 18, 2022 / by Brian Armstrong
Halloween is almost here, but you are missing one thing...treats! Whether you are just hanging around the house or need some goodies to bring to a Halloween party, these snacks are sure to make you the life (or walking dead) of the party! Enjoy these simple DIY recipes this October season!
1) Haunted Rice Crispy
Rice Crispy treats are the perfect simple snack that is sure to impress! The real fun in this project is shaping and decorating your rice crispy bars! Combine your cereal and marshmallow and form them into different Halloween shapes, like mummies or bats, and don't forget to add your favorite candy to spice things up!
Halloween Crispy Rice Treats Recipe | Food Network Kitchen | Food Network
2) Possesed Pretzle Treats
Pretzels and chocolate have been best friends for a very long time! Pretzel treats are easy to make and do not require any baking, making them a perfect recipe for you to make in a pinch! Grab some pretzel rods, and some white or dark chocolate, and star; ...
Wednesday, October 12, 2022 / by Brian Armstrong
Pie, cider, and donuts are the flavors of a Vermont fall! Once we see these vibrant leaves scattered about the mountains, we know it's the optimal apple-picking season! Want to know where in Vermont you should pick apples for your favorite fall foods? This guide has our team's top picks on apple picking in northern Vermont!
Adams Apple Orchard and Farm Market - Williston, Vermont
Adams Apple Orchard is one of our Chittenden County favorites! Celebrating its 50th anniversary, this gem in Williston is only a few minutes from the highway and has everything you need all in one location! The orchard pairs with a quaint farm market with pre-made fall foods, ingredients to help you make your favorite sweets, and more!
Address: 986 Old Stage Rd, Williston, VT 05495
Chapin Orchard – Essex Junction, VT
Another classic Vermont orchard is Chapin in Essex Junction! This orchard is just a short drive from the Essex Experien ...
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 / by Levi Norton
With Halloween quickly approaching, people all over the country are having fun exploring the spooky side of life. Watching scary movies, dressing our homes and ourselves in ways that depict the paranormal, creepy-crawlies, and the living dead… all to be packed away at the beginning of November and replaced with lighter sentiments of the next holidays to come.
For some, creaking doors that seem to open themselves, cold chills following a passing shadow, and the sounds of children’s toys being played with when no one else is around, aren’t just a part of the movie you can shut your eyes through… but a haunting reality! The idea that many haunted houses exist raises the question, especially when considering the Real Estate market, “Would you live in a haunted house??”
When realtor.com asked this question a couple of years ago, the answers that were uncovered showed that about 1/3 of people would buy a home knowing that it had some “strange om ...