On our plates: Recipes for leftover Halloween candy, how to show school spirit at Olive Garden, more
We understand it might be odd using “Halloween candy” and “leftover” in the same sentence.
There is a trick, though, to getting a little more life out of the spoils of a night of trick or treating.
Check out these three easy, tasty desserts that don’t discriminate against any Halloween candy (yes, even candy corn).
We found recipes for candy bark, fudge and brownies that are sure to delight your kiddos, even if it means you have to steal a few pieces from the candy dish.
Eating pasta is now a valid method of showing your school spirit.
Up to $1,000 from in-restaurant sales will be donated to schools. The Elkhart and Mishawaka restaurants are participating and donating money to Elkhart Central and South Bend Clay high schools, respectively.
Spirit night is from 4 to 10 p.m. and guests are welcome to wear school colors.
There’s a lime green Volkswagen Microbus bumbling around town and keeping Warsaw caffeinated.
Driveline Coffee makes rounds four days per week, operated by 15-year-old Morgan Diecks and her father, Tom.
Morgan is homeschooled and does her studies during the afternoon. She is still learning to drive, but doesn’t have her license just yet, so Tom takes the wheel.
“We love coffee. We’re kind of borderline coffee snobs.”
Morgan said she hopes to get a blender sometime during spring to make frappes and smoothies. For now, it’s espresso and drip coffee.