Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Cover girls!

by Erin


Wow, it's been a long time since we've talked. How have you been, Dear Reader? Xani and I have been busy with work and play (including slaughtering 80 oysters and 15 lbs of lobster last weekend for BCD Dad's birthday -- and note that there were only 2 lobsters!) and are working on some posts that will be coming soon - we promise!!

Today I write because our second article for the Federal Hill South Free News (our neighborhood newsletter) came out last night! And guess what else: we're on the front page!

See the PDFs here and here for our article about fun tips for Halloween. We wrote about our old favorites like Haunted Gingerbread Houses and Caramel Apple Ghosts, and also added an idea to have a pumpkin-carving party at home or at a local park.

We hope everyone is enjoying the fall weather and is gearing up for Halloween! Happy Halloween everyone!

Cheers,

EP

ps. For those of you who haven't heard, we unfortunately did not win the title for Best Foodie Blog in the Mobbies :( But, we were in 1st or 2nd place the whole time thanks to the overwhelming response from all of our wonderful fans! Thanks everyone for your support!!

5 comments:

  1. hey guys, the links to the pdfs aren't working. *at least for me)

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  2. Thanks for the heads up, Stef! All fixed now (I think). Hope you are feeling okay and hanging in there!

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  3. All fixed. Another awesome article! Guess what Miss D and I did today? made lollipop ghosts! ;)

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  4. Congrats on the article. Very nice! I just found your blog, as I was searching for a recipe for shornakhod (the salad at Helmand), and it led me here. I was excited since we just moved to Baltimore not too long ago, and I thought surely, there has got to be other bloggers here!

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  5. Hey!! Congrats by the way on your placement in the Mobbies!! Great job!! Looks like you guys have been busy and having lots of fun!! Your Bmore blogging pals, Kristin & Chris Ann

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