Here are some of our favorite food links from around the web this week. We hope that you like them, too.


8 deliciously decadent ways to use leftover Halloween candy (above: Leftover Halloween Candy Trifle | Kitchen Magpie).

9 other unexpected things you may not have considered doing with extra Halloween candy, but should.

This Halloween, will you let your kids keep their loot?

In case you haven’t heard, the World Health Organization says that bacon and other processed red meats are really bad for you.

Skippy recalls 1,871 pounds of reduced fat peanut butter due to possible metal pieces.

After buying Stumptown Coffee, Peets Coffee buys Intelligentsia—and Twitter reacts. Coffeegeddon?


The 5 baked goods Joy the Baker always buys—and never makes at home | Joy the Baker

The 5 baked goods Joy the Baker buys—and totally doesn’t make at home. 

Do you have Pinterest syndrome?

Edna Lewis and the black roots of American cooking.

Study links sugar to conditions that lead to diabetes, heart disease in children; worse than pizza and processed foods.

More research suggests fast-food advertising works on children.


Shoe Bakery: A new shoe store that sells sweet bakery-inspired shoes

Shoe Bakery launches a line of footwear modeled after elaborate baked goods.

Every Skinnygirl cocktail, ranked by a regular-sized guy. (You’re welcome.)

A series of food typography used to spell out popular food idioms by artist Ilona Samcewicz-Parham.

The lifecycle of candy corn. 

A McDonald’s chicken supplier pleaded guilty to animal cruelty.