Halloween is sugar central when it comes to treats, but you can put the brakes on high-calorie and high-fat feasting with a few clever but sensible munchies. A healthy Halloween can be anything but boring.
Entomophagy, the practice of eating bugs, is the norm -- not the exception -- in most parts of the world. Some cultures shy away from eating bugs while others value them for their taste and nutrients. Check out these pictures of creepy crawlies.
Trick or treat! For many kids, Halloween is the most fun night of the year. Manufacturers tremble with delight while kids collect fistfuls of candy from their neighbors. Check out our sweet Halloween candy gallery.
Packaged store-bought Halloween candy might suffice for the neighbors' kids, but for your own little pumpkins, you might want to whip up some homemade confections. These classic recipes are sure to please!
It isn't socially acceptable to trick-or-treat after puberty strikes, but that doesn't mean adults can't get in on the Halloween fun. Forego the candy aisle and stock up on spirits for a ghoulish good time.
You might associate bats with Halloween and spooky caves, but in some cultures around the world, the word "bat" conjures up images of a deep-fryer. Where do you find bat on the menu? And is it safe to eat?