Halloween is a popular “chestnut party” in many parts of Spain. As Castañada, it has Celtic roots that go way back and is closely related to the cult of the dead. The culinary star of the "deadly" feast is, as the name would say in no uncertain terms, the castañas or chestnuts. But due to drought and prolonged warm weather, chances are that there won’t be an abundance of the nuts. Just the same, leave it to the Spaniards to keep up their marvelous traditions, dead or alive.
Monster Pepperoni and Garlic Bread ♠ Halloween Nails ♠ LED Coke Bottle Jack O´Lantern and Ghosts ♠ Terminator Ant Killer
Ghost and Bones Meringue Cookies • Pull Apart Cheese Bread • Ghost LED Lights • Candle Centerpieces • Glitter Spiderwebs • Halloween Fruit Candles • Desserts and Decorations