Halloween eats

Posted on: November 2, 2011

Hope everyone had a fabulous Halloween weekend! On Friday night Will and I went out with some friends for dinner (tapas) and then out for drinks. On Saturday, the snow hit the east coast! We slept in and enjoyed the warmth of our bed, and eventually made our way out for some brunch. We went to a new place for us, Luna Grill. I had a yummy crab meat eggs benedict. 99% of the time my brunch selection is some form of eggs benedict. I can’t get enough of those yummy poached eggs, runny yolk, creamy hollandaise, oh yummmmm

We decided that braving the freezing cold temps & snow sludge in costumes that barely cover our bodies + standing in a crowded bar not being able to hear each other talk + spending exorbitant amounts of money on alcohol sounded much less appealing than relaxing in our warm apartment with some beers and a good dinner. Old and married? Yes maybe a bit, but it was exactly what we both wanted- very US 😀

Now let me get to our amazeballs dinner… We went to Ted Montanas for BISON burgers. Oh my gosh….

William has been talking about bison burgers for a while, and I wondered, how can they be that much better than a regular beef burger? But they are. A million times better. I don’t even know what it is, but they are amazing. Combine that with crispy fries and onion rings + cheddar and bacon on my burgs…It was heaven.


On Sunday, we woke up nice and early and started our day! We made a trip to the teeter and got supplies for  slow cooker pulled pork. We bought a massive pork shoulder (and got it on half price baby!) and took it home to get to work! Wills was the chef on this one..


He made a dry rub out of pretty much everything in our spice cabinet and rubbed that bad boy down.

We placed it in the crock pot and added three flavorful beers to cook it in. *Funny story* we both opened beers Saturday night that didn’t get drunk, so we were resourceful and added them! 5 hours in the slow cooker later, we had tender and delicious pork. Will chopped/pulled it and covered it in a jack daniels bbq sauce.

We served them on toasted and buttered buns with homemade fries that W fried up

It was a great Halloween weekend, especially food wise. I will leave you with this pic of my favorite halloween costume I found on facebook the day after…..

Don’t even know who’s baby that is HAHA


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  • katietokathryn: yes you did-- I give you full credit!!!
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