Ten Things to Help with Halloween
Cooking Light magazine has some fun recipes here for your Halloween festivities.
DKTK has an entire page of Halloween Crafts and Activities for Kids here.
Food Network has a cool page here with ideas on how to turn your carved pumpkins into "snack-o-lanterns".
Good Housekeeping has 11 Enchanting Halloween Decorating Ideas here.
My favorite and most popular Halloween recipe is this delicious spinach dip, which I serve in a hollowed-out pumperknickel bread bowl surrounded with bread chunks, crackers and raw veggie bites.
For spooky reading material, one of the scariest stories I've ever read is an oldie -- The Lottery by Shirley Jackson.
Halloween parties can be torture for those of us who can't have sugar, unless you get inventive with your snacks. Look for fun recipes that don't involve sweets, like these witch brooms made from pretzels and string cheese.
Going trick or treating but have nothing to wear? Real Simple magazine has 10 last-Minute Halloween costume ideas here.
Martha Stewart always has some interesting Halloween recipes on her site; this year I might make her Rice Krispie treats that are colored and shaped like candy-corn.
Need helping carving your pumpkin? Wikihow has instructions with steo-by-step photos here.