It doesn’t seem right to serve an ordinary dinner on Halloween when you can have some fun. Here’s a meal that brings the goblin spirit to the table.
For this soup, use a small ghost-shaped cookie cutter or a pair of scissors to cut “ghosts” from bread. Toast them with cheese, and use the cheese-ghost toasts to garnish the soup. Serve this with Pumpkin Patch Salad, a bed of greens and little orange cherry tomatoes with a scattering of crunchy pumpkin seeds. In some stores, you can find pumpkin seeds (pepitas) already toasted.
Dessert? It’s in that bowl sitting by your front door.